Re: New version of the coordination pages (pseudo-urls)
Eddy Petrișor wrote:
Nicolas François wrote:
After a quick look at the debian-l10n-* mailing lists, I've added the
Romanian list, which also use pseudo-urls.
See the original mail below and let me know if I should keep the Romanian
Yes, it should be kept.
The generated coordination pages for the Romanian language can be found
I expect it will migrate later at a more official location (i.e. not
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 10:49:24PM +0200, Nicolas François wrote:
All language teams using the pseudo-urls are in copy.
Please reply to debian-i18n.
I've prepared a new script for the generation of the coordination pages
It will handle errors in a better way, which should result in less
messages being missed by the robot and less messages being kept in
state (when bugs are closed in the BTS, but not noticed).
The new pages are currently generated on:
I rebuilt the database by parsing the mailing list since their creation.
You will notice that there are some old messages. Those ones were not
closed with some BTS or DONE tags.
For the French team, it would make sense to just remove all the entries
older than 2006-01-01.
Could you review the new pages and check if using the 2006-01-01
would be OK for all of you?
(I can use a different threshold for each mailing lists.
You may also prefer to use some DONE messages to close them.)
Please use 2007-01-01 as the initial date instead of the one proposed.
Please note that the help for the pseudo-urls is missing and there were Romanian
translations that would be useful for the localized versions of those pages (which we'd prefer
instead of the English ones).
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein