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Re: Openswan package templates

Christian PERRIER wrote:
> Quoting Harald Jenny (harald@a-little-linux-box.at):
>> Hello,
>> You are noted as the last translator of the debconf translation for
>> openswan. First I want to apologize if the last update you sent was
>> not published but some problems first delayed and finally prevented
>> a release of the previous version of this paket. In the meantime
> I'm afraid I don't understand how we could let these templates get the
> blessing of -l10n-english. The only explanation I see is inattention.
> There are several glitches I find when trying to update the
> translation:
> - X.509 is written inconsistently everywhere. IIRC, this should be
> "X.509" and not "X509"
> - There is at least one trailing space in a string, which leads to a
> double space in the middle of a sentence
> - There is still this "Answer 'No'" construction which is highly
> discouraged

I posted a review of the English version a couple of weeks ago.
My version for a start had "X.509" throughout:

Over the last day or so harald@a-little-linux-box.at has been
mailing me directly with a few last queries about openswan and
amavisd-milter.  I've been answering that the bits in question were
okay either way - mostly off-list, but:

I didn't realise that meanwhile something that looks like an old
version of openswan.templates has appeared on d-l-f for translation:
JBR	with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
	sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package

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