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Re: Using pseudo-URLs to track down progress and work?


On 22/01/12 01:54, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> (please keep me CC'ed to answers)
> Dear Indonesian team,
> As you're apprently pretty active these days, you might want to
> benefit from a feature used by some teams : the tracking robot.
> The general idea is that specially-crafted messages sent to the list
> (this list) can be monitored by a robot that builds status pages to
> track down the team work.
> It also records information for the status pages, such as po-debconf
> pages.
> The basic principle is described on
> http://i18n.debian.net/debian-l10n/docs/robot/pseudo-urls.html
> Some results are shown here:
> http://i18n.debian.net/debian-l10n/danish/da.by_translator.html
> http://www.debian.org/international/l10n/po-debconf/da
> At minimum as you see it can help trancking down what you already did
> and what you still need to do. Good when targeting 100%..:-)
> If you're interested, please let me know so that I can activate it for
> this list and create a few examples...

I'm very interested to produce progress reports, but i'm very confused
while finding script to producing it [1]. how can i produce that?

[1] i find in svn webwml/danish/international/l10n/
[ Mahyuddin Susanto ] - http://udienz.web.id
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