No KDE upstream translations imported to Rosetta?

Matthew East mdke at ubuntu.com
Sun Sep 28 12:11:09 BST 2008


Hi,

On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 5:59 PM, Arne Goetje <arne.goetje at canonical.com> wrote:
> As it has been stated already in another thread on this list: the
> problem you see is with the import script, which marked all KDE4
> packages as 'need review', because they are new. This means that someone
> has to review the import queue and manually (!) assign proper domain
> names to each template to get them approved.

I've noticed that there are over a thousand templates in the import
queue for ubuntu-docs. These seem to be translations uploaded in the
ubuntu-docs package, which shouldn't have been affected by the same
problem as KDE4 (because they are not new, they are just the same
templates as released in the hardy package).

Is there any way I can help with this?

> Further more there was a
> communication problem between the Rosetta and Ubuntu teams about the
> queue management.

To try to minimise future problems, could it be considered for
communications between Rosetta and Ubuntu to be done on this list?
Ubuntu is a community project and unless there is a good reason to do
things privately (maybe there was in this case, I don't know), I think
that using this list is probably the best way to avoid
misunderstandings, because more eyes will see the mails.

-- 
Matthew East
http://www.mdke.org
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