From: Frank Lichtenheld <email@example.com>
Subject: Bug#452397: when?
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 14:16:04 +0100
> On Sat, Dec 01, 2007 at 08:16:37PM -0200, Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw) wrote:
> The status is this: I've mostly completed the Locale::Maketext
> transition in my master branch. So you should be able to
> see and test your translations at http://packages.debian.net/
> (comments and bug reports welcome).
Only one minor problem that I've found is that I find my translation
for a word "Japanese" as the description for a tag "culture::japanese"
in http://packages.debian.net/sid/skkdic although I did not translate
that word in debtags.ja.po yet; the translation for "Japanese" in
langs.ja.po was used where that in debtags.ja.po should be (Since I
have already translated that word in debtags.ja.po, I cannot reproduce
the situation above now, but this issue can be seen in such as
http://packages.debian.net/sid/skkdic?lang=fi ). This issue is not so
big because the translation for "Japanese" in debtags.ja.po is usually
the same as one in langs.ja.po. ;-)
I'm testing http://packages.debian.net/ daily, and do not see any
problems except for that.
> I've not yet merged that to the debian-master branch. I might
> do it this weekend, but seeing that I go on vacation soon afterwards
> this might not such a good idea. If I decide to merge it after my
> vacation, this means it can't be activated until mid-January.
In terms of localization, http://packages.debian.net/ seems to be
stable enough, at least for me. ;-)