Hi Laura, Laura Arjona Reina schreef op do 05-04-2018 om 23:47 [+0200]: > Hi Frans > > El 05/04/18 a las 21:27, Frans Spiesschaert escribió: > > Hi, > > > > For several years I was a happy user of the information provided in > > htt > > ps://www.debian.org/international/l10n/nl/xx to know which packages > > are > > in need of translation updates. > > > > However, since a few months this information is no longer reliable. > > For > > some packages the displayed information still seems to be up to > > date, > > but for other ones the webpages show outdated information. So in > > order > > to know what localisation work exactly needs to be done, I have to > > check each packages sources and bug report logs. This is really > > tedious > > and time consuming. > > > > Anyone an idea when this issue could be solved? > > I believe this is caused by the issue #887107 > [debian-i18n] https://i18n.debian.org/material/data/unstable.gz not > updated since 2017-11-23 > > URL of the bug: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=887 > 107 > > I've just applied the patch that I proposed there, which workarounds > the > issue adding more packages to the exclusion list. > I'll have a look at the logs in the following days and generation of > the > pages, to see if this works.
Thank you so much for caring. At this very moment I can't yet see an improvement on the l10n/nl/xx pages. I hope you will be able to solve the problem soon. > > I leave the bug open, since this is (even in the case that it works) > just a workaround, the stats should be generated for all the > packages.... Wouldn't it be good to send on a regular basis status reports on this issue to this mailing list to keep people informed that are not subscribed to bug 887107 ? By doing so maybe more people could get involved in trying to find a solution. > > Cheers > -- Thanks, Frans Spiesschaert
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