Re: Translations copyrights/licences
I demand that Helge Kreutzmann may or may not have written...
> Speaking both with my translator and my Debian Maintainer hat on, I can
> state the following:
> a) There are lots of "drive by" translators. Systems like launchpad or
> DDTP even *encourage* this. In this case, it is most likely not
> possible at all to contact individual translators.
> b) In structured projects (Debian, Fedora, OOo, KDE, GNOME) there are
> often language teams. In this case, translations are often
> "channeled" via the team. So if you want, you can try to collect
> the names in the copyright, but a team adress is more valuable.
To me, this all doesn't matter so long as who changed what is recorded and I
can get (or generate) a series of diffs which I can then commit where
appropriate. If I can't, then I'm not really interested.
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