Re: User's cgi scripts?
Very nice the work you've done with the translations.
On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 04:42:41PM +0200, Michael Bramer wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 23, 2001 at 07:02:26PM +0100, Jaime E . Villate wrote:
> > ... I'd like to make our web interface
> > available in www.debian.org for those who'd rather use an html form instead of
> > a mail interface (I'll try to combine both methods).
> the combination is not a problem:
> send only an mail with a attachment in this form:
> ! From: <email@example.com>
> ! Description: orig description
> ! 1. part orig description
> ! .
> ! 2. part orig description
> ! Description-es: translated description
> ! 1. part translated description
> ! .
> ! 2. part translated description
> to firstname.lastname@example.org
that part is easy. The part that needs work done is trying to unify the
databases. If I send in Spanish translations to your mail server, we have to
figure out a way to keep it synchronized with the 5028 translations
we already have in a gdbm file.
> > I could create some pages in www.debian.org/~villate
> > but I can't find out whether Debian developers are allowed to use cgi scripts
> > and where they should go.
> IMHO we (the normal maintainers) can't use cgi-scripts on the user
> > pages... or?
And what do I have to do to prove that I'm abnormal enough to deserve to use
P.S. At this moment we have 5028 package descriptions translated into