Bug#526032: packages.debian.org: add a link to the DDTP web interface to tranlate/improve a package description
Danish would like to keep things as they are. (so this is an objection).
--- Den tirs 5/4/11 skrev Christian PERRIER <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Fra: Christian PERRIER <email@example.com>
> Emne: Re: Bug#526032: packages.debian.org: add a link to the DDTP web interface to tranlate/improve a package description
> Til: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
> Dato: tirsdag 5. april 2011 19.06
> Quoting Gerfried Fuchs (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > Then for god's sake, finally, after literally
> YEARS, get a decent stack
> > of quality approach into the DDTSS. From what I
> remember the email
> > interface of DDTP actually *has* such a possibility.
> The DDTSS might
> > have lowered the entry barrier for contributors, but
> on the grounds of
> > lowering the quality quite a fair bit, and that's a
> sacrifise that I am
> > unwilling to accept.
> As much as I disagree with Rhonda's arguments (and much
> more with the
> alleged consequences of some design choices), I have to
> suggest that
> we consider changing some default settings in the DDTSS, at
> those we easily can change.
> The possibility for completely anonymous work is one of
> weaknesses. This is very easy to revert from what I see in
> the current
> So, would there be a problem if the default for DDTSS is
> that login is
> required? This can be changed on a language per language
> basis. As of
> now, only Vietnamese is requiring login.
> Would it be a problem if I at least change this setting?
> objection in the upcoming week(s), I'll do that change.