Operational jaunty translation import deadline

Res,at SABIQ tilde.birlik at gmail.com
Sat Apr 11 22:41:24 BST 2009


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Hi,

In regards to April 16,
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LanguagePackTranslationDeadline
has the following wording:
"*Note:* this deadline applies to having the language packs in the
packages archive, not the date until which translations made in
Launchpad will make it into the final release. The turnaround time for
getting current Launchpad translations into the actual Ubuntu archive
is roughly a week."

In this context, is there any point to rush translations at this
point, or is it not gonna make into 9.04/jaunty CD anymore?
If it's not too late yet:

I would appreciate if somebody could enlighten me on when is the (+-5
hours) cut-off for jaunty translation imports on launchpad? I'd
appreciate if somebody could provide slightly more specific info on
this, like Sunday midnight UTC, Monday noon UTC, etc.

P.S. Also, with regards to iso-codes:
will translations, etc. in 3.8 (4/2/2009), or 3.7 (3/8/2009) upstream
release make into jaunty?
http://packages.ubuntu.com/jaunty/iso-codes still shows only 3.6, and
since it became known that iso-codes won't use launchpad only this
week, would upgrading it to 3.7 be something that might justify a
freeze break?

Thanks.
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