How to revert to upstream translations
danilo at canonical.com
Tue Jan 20 10:28:29 GMT 2009
У уто, 20. 01 2009. у 02:42 -0700, Milo Casagrande пише:
> Following on what you said on the previous mail, probably the "Packaged"
> term could lead to some misunderstanding. IMHO, probably, we are more
> accustomed to "usptream" and "downstream" kind of terms.
> Just a suggestion: would it be possible to change that definition to
> "Upstream" instead of "Packaged" and with the glossary blueprint  we
> discussed at UDS insert the term "Upstream" in the glossary and link it?
> Or at least, if changing the term is not feasible, would it be possible
> to link "Packaged" using the glossary thing?
Not really. "Upstream" is a confusing term, especially when used in the
Launchpad context (Launchpad uses "upstream" to also indicate projects
which are directly hosted in Launchpad). Apart from that, it's not even
correct (Ubuntu package might not exactly match upstream).
We've thought about how to best name this, and never came up with the
better name. The other best alternative we came up with was "Imported",
but we figured that was going to confuse more people if displayed in the
UI (i.e. was that stuff that was imported that I uploaded, or imported
from the package/upstream).
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