ubuntu-docs stats , xml and html

Adi Roiban adi at roiban.ro
Sat Jan 17 17:14:23 GMT 2009

Hi Matthew,

În data de Sb, 17-01-2009 la 11:02 +0000, Matthew East a scris:
> Hi Adi,
> On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 4:28 AM, Adi Roiban <adi at roiban.ro> wrote:
> > I have also generated the HTML files for ubuntu-docs statistic and are
> > available at the following address:
> >
> > http://ubuntu-docs-stats.tla.ro/ubuntu-8.10/
> This is coming along nicely. However, at the moment, the site showing
> up rather too many errors which are not really errors.
> For example, in the XML column, it shows up as "bad" where there is no
> translation for a particular template. That isn't really an error,
> it's just better to flag it up as missing in the first column, and
> ignore it for the purposes of the second and third columns.
> Secondly, build warnings such as
> http://ubuntu-docs-stats.tla.ro/ubuntu-8.10/report_html/about-ubuntu/ast.txt
> are not really errors: these are perfectly normal and shouldn't show
> up as errors. In fact, it's not really helpful to have the third
> column report errors at all, what matters isn't whether the html build
> runs smoothly or not (the third column), but whether the xml is valid
> or not (the second column). If the xml is valid, then we are good to
> go.
> So the only errors that really count are where the validate.sh script
> returns an error, such as this one:
> http://ubuntu-docs-stats.tla.ro/ubuntu-8.10/report_xml/programming/el.txt
> Hope the above was clear, if not give me a shout and we can talk it through.

I have updated the report according to your suggestions.

I'm happy to receive any other comments from your or from other people.

If you think the status page is OK and useful I will try to add a
similar page for kubuntu, xubuntu, edubuntu , etc and for the future try
to keep the stats updated so that we can use them to improve Jaunty

Kindest regards,
Adi Roiban

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