Re: Can I commit to the boot-floppies?
Keita Maehara <email@example.com> writes:
> I (and other Japanese developers) would like to commit some files,
> most of which are message catalogs translated by Japanese developers,
> into the cvs version of the boot-floppies. It seems any official
> developers can commit to it, but I wonder what is the prefered
> procedure to do it.
> IMHO, just commiting the message catalogs or doing a minor bug fix
> don't affect other components so much, so we can commit them without
> notice (and we'll get a email with the changelog from
> debian-boot). But major changes (integrating a code to make use of
> kon2, which is needed to display Japanese on console, or a code to
> inplement easier installation process and so on) should be disscussed
> in debian-boot before committing. Is this OK?
Sounds ok to me... Just exercise caution and common sense. It's CVS
so we can always roll stuff back if we need to.
Anyone wanna help with a system to go from gettext PO files -> SGML
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>