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Re: Bug#733300: [BTS#733300] templates://kinect-audio-setup/{templates} : Final update for English review

On Thu, 16 Jan 2014 19:09:34 +0100
Christian PERRIER <bubulle@debian.org> wrote:

> Dear Debian maintainer,
> On Wednesday, January 01, 2014, I notified you of the beginning of a review process
> concerning debconf templates for kinect-audio-setup.
> The debian-l10n-english contributors have now reviewed these templates,
> and the final proposed changes are attached to this update to the
> original bug report.
> Please review the suggested changes, and if you have any
> objections, let me know in the next 3 days.

The attached control file is not the more recent one, I am attaching
the latest one which includes also the fix suggested by "victory"
about using the UAC acronym once it was defined.

The misunderstanding is my fault:
	1. In a previous message I attached the changelog instead of
           the control file
	2. when Justin pointed that to me he also told that the patch
           was OK
	3. I thought that the patch was enough and that I didn't have
	   to resend the control file
	4. I then overlooked the control file in the LCFC message.

Sorry, next time I'll be more careful.

> However, please try to avoid uploading kinect-audio-setup with these changes
> right now.
> The second phase of this process will begin on Sunday, January 19, 2014, when I will
> coordinate updates to translations of debconf templates.

Can we put the translation of the templates on hold?
If debian-legal tells that the question about the EULA is not needed
(and hence the templates can be dropped) we can save some time to

> The existing translators will be notified of the changes: they will
> receive an updated PO file for their language.
> Simultaneously, a general call for new translations will be sent to
> the debian-i18n mailing list.
> Both these calls for translations will request updates to be sent as
> individual bug reports. That will probably trigger a lot of bug
> reports against your package, but these should be easier to deal with.
> The call for translation updates and new translations will run until
> about Sunday, February 09, 2014. Please avoid uploading a package with fixed or changed
> debconf templates and/or translation updates in the meantime. Of
> course, other changes are safe.
> Please note that this is an approximative delay, which depends on my
> own availability to process this work and is influenced by the fact
> that I simultaneously work on many packages.
> Around Monday, February 10, 2014, I will contact you again and will send a final patch
> summarizing all the updates (changes to debconf templates,
> updates to debconf translations and new debconf translations).
> Again, thanks for your attention and cooperation.


Antonio Ospite

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
   See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posting_style
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?

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