Software Center documentation
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Thu Mar 4 13:08:45 UTC 2010
Currently Software Center ships its own documentation, and after a
discussion in the Ubuntu Translations Coordinators team  we agreed
that it would be best for documentation and translations to be included
I had a quick chat with Michael Vogt some days ago and suggested him to
integrate the help file with ubuntu-docs. This would give the benefits
* Translations would be more visible to translators, as they'd be
in the Ubuntu templates list at translations.lp.net/ubuntu
* They'd be shipped as part of ubuntu-docs, and integrated in the
package's workflow (i.e. translations would be built before
* This will make it possible to ship only the translations in the
user's locale (as opposed to all translations). Now ubuntu-docs
are part of language packs.
* It would be consistent with what other Ubuntu applications do at
the moment with documentation (e.g. usb-creator)
Michael told me he hadn't any strong view for one approach or the other,
so I suggested I'd contact the documentation team to integrate the
documentation in ubuntu-docs.
Would the docs team be up for adopting the Software Center
documentation? If so, what would the next step be?
Ubuntu Translations Coordinator
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