Ubuntu-docs updates for Lucid
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Wed Aug 18 07:44:29 BST 2010
El dt 17 de 08 de 2010 a les 22:05 +0100, en/na Matthew East va
> Hi David,
> On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 2:14 PM, David Planella
> <david.planella at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > Sounds like a good plan. I think we could schedule a new Lucid language
> > pack release targeted at when the ubuntu-docs package hits
> > lucid-updates.
> Great - can I leave that side of things to you? Obviously I can't
> determine how long a new ubuntu-docs package would take to get
> approved into lucid-proposed and then lucid-updates because that would
> be up to the ubuntu-sru team, but we can plan the first part.
Sure. I can watch when ubuntu-docs is in lucid-proposed, make sure the
language packs are in there as well at about the same time, and release
both ubuntu-docs and the tested language packs to lucid-updates at the
same time. I do not have direct control on this, as I'm not a member of
the SRU team either, but I can talk to the people working on this.
> > If we agree on that, we should probably send a separate e-mail with an
> > announcement for the update, mentioning the new templates being
> > uploaded, and the translation deadline for docs + other translations in
> > the language packs.
> I may have misunderstood, but that is kind of what I had intended to
> do in my previous email!
Ah, sorry. What I meant is that we should probably send a separate
e-mail announcing the updates and the dates we've agreed on. Although
we've discussed this here, this is quite a long thread spanning several
months, and I simply thought a dedicated e-mail would better get the
message across. I can take care of that.
> > As a side note, I think it would be useful to sync such updates with
> > point releases on LTSs. I'm not sure about the status of the discussion
> > on stable release updates of Ubuntu Docs, but I think it would be useful
> > to put it as an agenda item on a meeting or on a roadmap for the docs
> > team.
> That's definitely a good idea. From the docteam's point of view it
> seems to me that this is a question of improving organisation -
> obviously availability can get in the way too but our planning should
> be a lot better. I have been thinking about trying to establish a
> maintain a running docteam calendar with key dates for items like
> this, so I will raise this for a separate discussion or at a meeting.
I'd be interested in this discussion and if it is addressed in a
meeting, I'd try to attend. I've also been thinking of running a
translations calendar for a long time, but so far it did not get past of
the idea stage :)
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