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Re: Exploring the possibility of an l10n upload of cryptsetup to fix pending po-debconf l10n bugs

Hello Christian,
On Sun, Oct 09, 2011 at 12:34:16PM +0200, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> The cryptsetup Debian package, which you are the maintainer of, has
> pending bug report(s) which include translation updates or fixes
> for po-debconf, namely bug number 633105 (and maybe other similar bugs).

> In case you can't update your package, I hereby propose, as part
> of a more general action of the Debian i18n Task Force to build and
> possibly upload a non-maintainer upload for cryptsetup in order to fix
> this as well as all pending translations for the debconf templates.

What is the status?

> Of course, as you're probably pretty active on that package, an upload
> by you would also be OK...as long as it allows a round of translation
> updates.
> Such changes are always harmless, which explains why I safely consider
> building NMU's for such issues even though they're obviously non critical.
> The schedule for the NMU (in case it happens, that is if you agree with it
> or if I don't receive any answer in 4 days) is roughly the following:
>  Sunday, October 09, 2011   : send this notice
>  Thursday, October 13, 2011       : post a NMU announcement to debian-i18n with you
>                  (maintainer) CC'ed

Did not happen (or I missed it)

>  Friday, October 21, 2011       : deadline for receiving translation updates
>  Saturday, October 22, 2011       : build the package and upload it to DELAYED/7-day
>                  send the NMU patch to the BTS
>  Saturday, October 29, 2011       : NMU reaches incoming

Definitly not happened.

> If you'd rather do the fix yourself, I will of course leave the package
> alone. Same if you have reasons not to do the update now.

Is this the case?




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