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Soft call for translating the Release Notes

02/05/2013 - 17:10 von Andrei POPESCU | Report spam

Hey Release Notes Translators,

While the Release Notes are not frozen yet, the target release date is
approaching *fast*! You might want to start working on paragraphs that
have been added or gather your troops for the last minute sprint.

Watch this space for more updates!

Kind regards,
Andrei (on behalf of Release Notes Editors)
P.S. CC list created from the Translation-Team field in the .po files,
so I might have missed somebody. You might want to take this as a
reminder to update the field in your files.
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#1 Christian PERRIER
02/05/2013 - 22:00 | Warnen spam

Quoting Andrei POPESCU ():
Hey Release Notes Translators,

While the Release Notes are not frozen yet, the target release date is
approaching *fast*! You might want to start working on paragraphs that
have been added or gather your troops for the last minute sprint.

Watch this space for more updates!



Please all notice that this is a *very* fast moving target. Don't
forget to make use of the "previous" feature un PO files which helps
(with smart PO files editors) identifying what has been changed in a
string. Many recent changes are indeed improvements to English and
therefore do not need translation changes (unfortunately, Julien
Cristau who does a tremendous job in polishing the release notes, has
no time to unfuzzy translationsso we have to run after him).

I try to refresh PO files as fast as possible when I notice committed
changes to English files.

svn://svn.debian.org/ddp/manuals/tr...ease-notes

If you don't have commit access, please feel free to point us at
updated translations or send them as a bugreport against the
"release-notes" package.

But hurry up.







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