Re: Assessing the outdatedness of our web site translations
> I don't like the idea of cvs rm'ing such outdated files. I would prefer to
> find a way to get those pages not offered by the webserver by default, but
> still available if the user do click on a special link like "see the old
That's not very easy to implement on the web server side. And besides, if
the page has fallen behind as much, I think we're doing our users a
disservice serving it, even if it is marked as outdated, because people will
still read the translation and not the original.
Remember that this is only for extremely outdated, in effect unmaintained,
translations. It's the same kind of clean-up that we do of the archives
for orphaned packages. I think it makes sense to do it for orphaned
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