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Bug#511925: www.debian.org: Error generating international/l10n/po-debconf/de

On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 09:27:15PM +0100, Nicolas François wrote:
> In #511925, a question was raised regarding the color used in 
> 	http://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/po-debconf/sv [1]
> for the packages which currently have no translation in the archive, but
> whose translation started on the mailing list.
> Currently, these lines are white.
> Would you prefer to have a different color?

Still yes. Even more so that the new design removed the cells for each

> Here are different ideas:
>   * red because it is not translated
>     => it might not be fair for the translator, but on the other hand it
>     indicates that an action is needed (waiting until the package is
>     uploaded, or asking for an NMU)

This would be ok (as an all fuzzy/now untranslated package is also
indicated in red), also grey would do it.

>   * different colors depending on the tag:
>     * todo: red
>     * itt: orange
>     * rfr/lcfc: yellow
>     * bts: green
>     * hold: white

No, this IMHO would not be sensible, because as stated later not all
teams use all tags and the color indicates how urgent the translation
needs to be done, which is IMHO much better than the current review

> [1] I'm using the Swedish link because the German team is very
>     uncollaborative and will complete their translations before you have a
>     chance to have a look at the link ;) [2]

We improved, hopefully German can be helpful there now.


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