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Re: iso-codes and newt POT integration in d-i infrastructure

iso-codes has recently moved, see the message below.


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From: Dr. Tobias Quathamer <toddy@debian.org>
Date: Mon, Dec 25, 2017 at 11:37 PM
Subject: New translation home for iso-codes
To: iso-codes translators

Dear all,

I'm one of the upstream maintainers of the iso-codes project.

I'm writing to you because you've submitted one or more translations for
iso-codes through the platform "Translation Project" (TP) in the last
couple of years. Thank you very much for your efforts!

Just recently, the iso-codes project has been registered on the very
good web-based translation management system Weblate:


I just wanted to inform all of you that this new translation management
system is available for iso-codes, and that you might want to switch
over. Probably some of you already have an account on the weblate
platform for translations.

Again, thank you very much for your translation work so far!


On Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 12:24 PM, Holger Wansing <linux@wansing-online.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> Christian PERRIER <bubulle@debian.org> wrote:
>> This is described in the D-I i18n documentation: country names
>> translations are in the iso-codes package, which is not under
>> maintenance by the D-I team (I happened to be one of its maintainerss
>> some years ago but handed maintenance over to Tobias Quatamer).
>> The D-I i18n documentation also describes a few other things that
>> happen to be visible in D-I but are not maintained by the D-I
>> team. This is what's called the levels 2 and 3. iso-codes is the most
>> important of all these.
>> iso-codes can be translated through the Translation Project (a l10n
>> infrastructure which is external to the Debian Project), or manually
>> by downloading the source code, finding the right POT file and sending
>> translation back as a bug report against the iso-codes package.
> Some time ago, I found that iso-codes POT files are no longer available
> via https://d-i.debian.org/l10n-stats/level2/POT/
> and are also not included in level2 statistics ("missing files").
> The same counts for newt POT files in level3.
> Anyone some idea here?
> Holger
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