> Thanks for your work on console-setup. Was a call for translations > issued? It seems git only has a very tiny number of updated > translations: No, no call for translations. I actually rely on translators who want D-I to be fully translated to follow its status through the status pages (http://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/) It means that we're indeed left with about only 10 languages that happen to be complete -> those where translators act on their own and know what to do to get a fully translated D-I. For others, most of the time, the registered person with commit access either vanished or doesn't care anymore for D-I to be fully translated. The main "problem" here is that, each time such call for translation is posted for D-I, I end up with dozens of mails basically all requesting "what should I do for my XXX language to be complete?". I then explain all things that are explained in D-I l10n documentation, hold the hands of the prospective person, get the updates and then.....the person vanishes until the next update. That's a bit tiring and demotivating when one has much less time for all these activities than I had in the past (other activities and passions have taken over the Debian work as many know). PS: I just did an upload with 5 extr more translations, those you point in your original mail.
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