Suggestion: Faster lanugage pack update after final release

Kenneth Nielsen k.nielsen81 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 22:27:49 BST 2010


BTW. I should say, that in case we can come to an agreement on the
schedule, I am volunteering to create the specific release schedules
on the wiki along with google calendar links and ical files und alles
;)

\Kenneth

2010/9/23 Kenneth Nielsen <k.nielsen81 at gmail.com>:
> Hallo everyone
>
> I would also really like to have regular, fast and frequent language
> pack releases, so I think we should try and get this thread going
> again. I have made a draft[1] for a template, from which we can create
> language pack release schedules for the individual releases. I have
> already discussed this with David to work in some of his ideas for the
> schedule and now I would very much like your feedback.
>
> The schedule is designed in such a way, that there will be 5 language
> pack updates for an ordinary release and 8 for a LTS. The first one
> will be made already after 2 weeks, to allow us to get rid of those
> very few but very ugly mistakes that sometimes pop up.
>
> The amount of releases may sound like a lot, but keep in mind that you
> are not _required_ to release a language pack on all these occasions.
> These will work merely as the times where you have the _opportunity_
> to release one. The idea is that if you want to release a language
> pack, you should test it in the way described in the quality assurance
> page[2] and put your language name on the list (we will then reset the
> page after each language pack release), and if you don't want to
> release a language pack update you simply do nothing ;)
>
> Let me know what you think.
> Regards Kenneth Nielsen
>
> [1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/LanguagePackUpdatesQA/LanguagePackUpdateScheduleTemplate
> [2] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/LanguagePackUpdatesQA
>



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