Le 2010-04-05 à 17:57, John Poelstra <poelstra(a)redhat.com> a
> Start End Name
> Wed 18-Nov Tue 04-May Translate All Guides (POT to PO)
> Thu 11-Mar Mon 05-Apr Translate Beta Release Notes
> Tue 23-Mar Mon 03-May Translate Final Release Notes (POT to PO)
> Thu 08-Apr Thu 08-Apr Fedora 13 Beta Release Readiness Meeting
> Tue 13-Apr Tue 13-Apr Reminder to f-websites-list about POT/PO dates
> in 7 days
> Tue 13-Apr Tue 13-Apr Beta Release Public Availability
> Wed 21-Apr Tue 04-May Translation Period for Website (POT to PO)
> trans mailing list
Hi John and thanks for your regular update.
However, there use to be a "Software translation period" (which ended mid
March). Where has it gone ?
I feel the situation as a bit tense at the moment. Some software .pot files are
STILL being updated.
And according to what I can remember, the translations commited after the
software translation period may not be into Fedora 13 default iso.
So when is hell going to stop ? When will the software developpers stop
updating there .pot files and respect the deadlines ? We have huge release
notes to concentrate on, we can't be everywhere unfortunately :-(
We need to address this issue seriously.
Could you and all please name the package(s) and the date POT updated?
Let's make the list first.