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Re: svn commit: r10429 - branches/1.1.x/subversion/po

From: Peter N. Lundblad <peter_at_famlundblad.se>
Date: 2004-07-29 20:58:43 CEST

On Thu, 29 Jul 2004, Erik Huelsmann wrote:

> Let me start by saying that I think the rule should *not* be relaxed. I
> think that I caught attention too late to get the translations up to date. I
> know what to do next time we hit a release branch point.
>
> However: Since (and this is an exceptional situation I hope) we will be
> restarting soaking with the release of RC2, I figured that puts us back to
> the point where the branch is created. Next to that, I run the status mailer
> script daily on the branch until we hit 1.1.
>
Yes, I've seen that and I'm +1 without questions.
>
> Given the above two facts and the fact that what I recognise that what I did
> can *never* happen after the start of the soaking has started, I hope that
> I'm forgiven this once.
>
No problem. Just wanted to bring the changes to HACKING to your attention.

> It would be truely a shame to have to do with the quality of the
> translations pre-10429 for the next half year or more...
>
Yes. And we can merge changes even in the soak period with voting. To make
life easier for myself and others, I've made non-formatting-string updates
in a separate commit just during the branch period so that I can do most
of the merging without others needing to bother. (See r10320) That might
be a good idea for others too.

Regards,
//Peter

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