Quoting César Gómez Martín (email@example.com): > Churro is working again, the guy opened the box and apparently one of > the HD cables was not properly plugged. Let's see if it works for at > least 6 years more... :)) > > He told me that, despite he is busy he is happy to help Debian. That's great news, César. You can thank "the guy" on our behalf! So, it seems that we've been hit by some variant of Murphy's law. Still, it's probably time to move services away, mostly because this situation has proven that we have a key component of Debian architecture too depending on an hard-to-involve local contact (not because nobody is willing to help as you guys have shown...but mostly because priorities are what they are and I fully understand this). We'll discuss the various options in debian-l10n-devel, but it seems to me that we should work on the solution proposed by Martin Bagge, at least until we have a ready-to-use i18n.debian.org Martin, I think you can take this as a GO for configuring "the new machine" (let's find a nice Swedish name for it!) as close as possible as churro, if you think you can do this. If you need sudo access to churro, just ask (I don't remember if you have it and I can't check right now).
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