Precise language pack post-release schedule
jbicha at ubuntu.com
Mon Apr 30 04:40:49 UTC 2012
On 27 April 2012 13:39, David Planella <david.planella at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just a heads up that I've started preparing the post-release language
> pack schedule for Precise. It's currently just a draft, which you can
> find here:
> The important bit for now is the first language pack. As some of you
> might know, the Canonical PES team and the Simplified Chinese community
> have been working to deliver a fully translated desktop. The first part,
> the UI translations, has been finished, but the second part,
> documentation, will be delivered in the first language pack update,
> which I've scheduled for the 11th of May.
> To translators: you'll see that there is 1 day of testing initially, as
> opposed to 1 week, as usual. This is because the 11th of May is a hard
> deadline for the Simplified Chinese project. But in any case, I've
> created another milestone following that, to have an extra week as usual
> and have the language packs uploaded for those who don't have time for
> testing in 1 day.
> To the docs team: in order to meet the schedule, would you be able to do
> an upload of a new version of ubuntu-docs with updated translations on
> the 7th of May? The date is critical for releasing the language pack in
> time. If you think it's not possible, please let me know as soon as
> possible and I'll coordinate with someone from the desktop team to do
> the upload.
Ok, I've added May 7th to my calendar to get the next ubuntu-docs
upload done that day.
We have a rather impressive slate of 10 SRU bugs that we just uploaded
ubuntu-docs fixes for this weekend. You can see the full list at
It doesn't seem like the Simplified Chinese translation project is
using Launchpad directly for their translation work, so please get
them the latest potfile.
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