Changes to the triage guide - translation bugs

Wolfger wolfger at gmail.com
Sun Jun 1 11:46:11 BST 2008


I would have to agree. A bug is a bug, whether it be in the code or in
a translation. If we could write a clear process for assigning the bug
to a translation team, that would be great. Unfortunately, it doesn't
look so clear. I went to "Subscribe someone else" on a bug and
searched on "translation" and got a huge list of teams. Some are
language-specific (danish-translators), some are package specific
(clipperz.translators), some are specific to a particular language and
package combination (clipperz.italian), and some give no clue as to
what they are about (dwayne-translate).

On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 4:10 PM, Og Maciel <ogmaciel at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> I'd like to second Susana's suggestion!
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