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Re: Please don't remove outdated translations if the difference is very small

On Wed, Jul 07, 2004 at 11:36:01AM +0200, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
> * Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña <jfs@computer.org> [2004-07-07 03:00]:
> > Done for spanish. Would it be appropiate to send to the debian-l10n-xxxxx 
> > lists a report of their out of date www translations (or those that cause 
> > build breakage) in a monthly basis? That could probably spur them into 
> > taking action.
> I will try to remember about the build failures to not send to you
> directly anmore. About the out of date translations: I could do a script
> that in pseudo code does
> $> lynx -dump http://www.debian.org/devel/website/stats/es.html | \
> grep until-pages-not-translated | mail debian-l10n-spanish@lists
>  Shall I set up such a cronjob? Are other languages also interested? I
> rather thought that people who have time to translate pick up the
> current stats from the web so they have current informations, not
> monthly aged ones... Such a cronjob would IMHO encourage duplication of
> work, because they would have to check if its done in the meantime
> anyway.

Would not be better to just use "$ check_trans.pl -m" ? This way,
messages would be sent to the maintainer of the file (if available) or
to the mailing list, and each translator can set up his/her preferences
on <language>/international/<language>/translator.db.pl.

Gustavo R. Montesino

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