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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.


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