REMINDER: Call for testing: Bionic langpack updates III

Gunnar Hjalmarsson gunnarhj at
Wed Jan 29 15:05:09 UTC 2020

Hey, just a reminder. It's highly desirable that as many languages as 
possible are tested by 1400 UTC tomorrow.

/ Gunnar

On 2020-01-26 14:45, Gunnar Hjalmarsson wrote:
> Hello translators!
> Let's start the third langpack update cycle for Bionic. This gives the 
> translators teams an opportunity to help so that the 18.04.4 point 
> release (scheduled to be released on February 6) is shipped with updated 
> translations for respective language.
> This is not a "full update", i.e. the docs are not included, so the 
> names of the langpacks which have been copied to bionic-proposed are:
>    language-pack-XX
>    language-pack-gnome-XX
> where 'XX' is the language code.
> The steps involved are described at this wiki page:
> Basically the translation teams are asked to
> * install the updated langpacks from bionic-proposed
> * perform the tests according to the wiki page
> * add the test result for respective language to the Bionic table on
>    the wiki page
> The row for Swedish has already been inserted; just add your language in 
> the same manner.
> Langpacks which have been reported as successfully tested by 30th of 
> January 14:00 UTC will be copied to bionic-updates, and with that made 
> available to all users.
> Efforts are being made to replace this manual test process with 
> automated tests, and an experimental script will be used this time to 
> test all the langpacks. As a result, also langpacks which have not been 
> manually tested may or may not be moved to bionic-updates as well. But 
> please don't take this as a hint that manual tests are not necessary 
> this time. Manual tests may be a requirement for having the langpacks 
> moved to -updates also this cycle. And otherwise they will still be 
> useful for evaluating the new tools in the making.
> Note: If you are not an Ubuntu Member, you need to be a member of
> <> to be able to edit the
> wiki page. You are encouraged to take this opportunity to join
> ~ubuntu-wiki-editors, but if you don't get edit access in time, please
> post the test result for your language in a message here instead.

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