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Re: Porting the mail interface, or not (ddtp.debian.org)

On Sat, Jul 28, 2012 at 06:54:36PM +0200, Martin Eberhard Schauer wrote:
> >Anyway, this email is just to open a discussion and if no-one objects
> >I'll just forget the mail interface for the time being, meaning that
> >when the switch happens the mail interface will be gone. Perhaps we
> >can return to it in the future.
> please keep the interface or provide a substitute. I use it
> quite a lot to apply last minute error corrections after they
> have passed the DDTSS. The German team is very low at
> continuosly contributing manpower - there are one-accept
> translations that reach the database two weeks later with
> mistakes that the only reviewer didn't see.

I second that. Although I'm only very rarely involved, I like it also
for the programms I maintain or when spotting minor errors in 
translations (e.g. misspellings). (And yes, I do "get" the
translations in question).

It is sure not top priority but if possible should be on the roadmap.
The current format is fine, but unifying to PO is ok as well, if that
is easier for you (or for some background tasks).


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