On Sat, Sep 27, 2003 at 10:30:45PM +0200, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
We are not talking about writing software from scratch here. To get
Fedora a project must at least reached the packageable state. If at this
stage the project maintainers haven't even started thinking about
localization we should really worry because there's little chance it
will be done by the time Fedora core ships.
Speaking as a translator, I don't
think adding translations to
_existing_ software projects just for Fedora is right. The translations
should be done, integrated and tested upstream, so that they receive
wider testing, developer cooperation and so that they benefit all
users of the package, not only those using Fedora.
For Fedora/RHL-specific packages (redhat-config-* for instance), that's
different of course and I believe the status quo is mostly fine in this