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Bug#912724: Broken links in developers-reference as published on the Debian's website


Am Montag, 12. November 2018 schrieb Lev Lamberov:
> Вс 04 ноя 2018 @ 12:00 Holger Wansing <linux@wansing-online.de>:
> > Proposal: maybe the easiest way to make all variants (view via debian.org
> > and opened locally) work correctly, would be to change it this way:
> >
> > "This page is also available in
> > <ulink url="https://www.debian.org/doc/devel-manuals#devref";>French, German, 
> > Italian, Russian, and Japanese</ulink>."
> >
> > since the links on that page are fine and can be linked from everywhere
> > with one single static link.
> > Of course, there are still some corner cases which do not work (for example, 
> > when you have the packages installed locally, you cannot switch from the 
> > local english to the local german version via that links, and when you
> > have no internet connection, you also get an irritating situation), but most 
> > usecases should be fine, and it would be an improvement compared to the 
> > current situation, where all links do not work!
> >
> > Would fix #690750 and #912724.
> >
> > Comments?
> In case one take a look into other documentation (togather with its
> translation), one will not find any such notes and links to
> translations. Maybe there's no need in such note in "Debian Developer's
> Reference"? Or at least no need in explicit links? What about to remove
> it completely or change text to something like "This documentation is
> also available in some other languages"?

Yes, I had also thought about that.
Another benefit would be, that we don't need to rephrase
the sentence, when new translations are added or outdated
onces removed.
But I still would like to make that a link, for usability.


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