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Re: http://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/ popularity sorting?

On Tue, Jan 24, 2006 at 01:13:22PM +0100, Claus Hindsgaul wrote:
> Hi,
> One year ago I started a thread (1) suggesting that the po file lists in
> the translation statistics should be sorted after popularity statistics.
> This would help translators prioritize their work.
> At that time Denis Barbier lacked a sorted list of SOURCE packages from
> the popularity contest. Such a list was later added by request from
> Martin Quinson and has been available at popcon.debian.org for some time
> now.
> I hope the idea has not been dropped nor forgotten - and if a day
> eventually will have 25 hours somebody will have the time and pleasure
> to implement it :-)

Thanks for the reminder, Claus ;)
It should happen soon now.  Webmasters, please apply this patch against
cron/lessoften so that packages can be sorted according to their popcon
score.  When this is done, I will change the text on these pages and will
patch Makefiles.

--- lessoften.orig	2006-01-24 22:45:10.000000000 +0100
+++ lessoften	2006-01-24 22:49:50.000000000 +0100
@@ -38,6 +38,7 @@
 wget -q -N http://people.debian.org/~pmachard/l10n/material/data/unstable.gz || { echo "couldn't fetch data/unstable!" >> $crondir/lessoften.log; exit 1; }
 gunzip -c -f unstable.gz > unstable.gluck
 ln -sf $crondir/datafiles/unstable.gluck $webtopdir/webwml/english/international/l10n/data/unstable.gluck
+wget -q -N http://popcon.debian.org/source/by_inst && ln -sf $crondir/datafiles/by_inst $webtopdir/webwml/english/international/l10n/data/popcon
 # cleanup
 rm -f unstable.gz

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