On 12/05/2016 05:47, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> Quoting Thomas Vincent (tho...@vinc-net.fr):
>>> So, well, at least putting your stuff in git and the needed script to
>>> run it, in cron/ in the git repo is the first step.
>> Should it be a git repo within the Alioth l10n project? I currently have
>> no public repo but could set one up if needed.
> Could be *the* Alioth l10n project git repo.....

I created a repo [1] on Alioth and just pushed to it. As I am a total
noob in Python, comments are very welcome. :)

The script uses Beautiful Soup to parse HTML so the package python-bs4
is needed.

To launch the script, just run

        ./ddtss-numbers.py [-d OUTPUT_DIR]


[1] https://alioth.debian.org/anonscm/git/debian-l10n/ddtss-numbers.git

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