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Call for testing: Bionic langpack updates I

Gunnar Hjalmarsson
Hello translators!

It's time to start the first langpack update cycle for Bionic. The
timing of this cycle allows the 18.04.2 point release (scheduled to be
released on February 7) to be shipped with updated translations.

This is not a "full update", i.e. the docs are not included, so the
names of the langpacks which have been copied to bionic-proposed are:

   language-pack-XX
   language-pack-gnome-XX

where 'XX' is the language code.

The steps involved are described at this wiki page:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/LanguagePackUpdatesQA

Basically the translation teams are asked to

* install the updated langpacks from bionic-proposed
* perform the tests according to the wiki page
* add the test result for respective language to the Bionic table on
   the wiki page

The row for Swedish has already been inserted; just add your language in
the same manner.

Langpacks which have been reported as successfully tested by 30th of
January 14:00 UTC will be copied to bionic-updates, and with that made
available to all users.

Note: If you are not an Ubuntu Member, you need to be a member of
<https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-wiki-editors> to be able to edit the
wiki page. You are encouraged to take this opportunity to join
~ubuntu-wiki-editors, but if you don't get edit access in time, please
post the test result for your language in a message here instead.

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Re: Call for testing: Bionic langpack updates I

Hannie Dumoleyn
Dutch test done!
Hannie

Op 24-01-19 om 17:05 schreef Gunnar Hjalmarsson:

> Hello translators!
>
> It's time to start the first langpack update cycle for Bionic. The
> timing of this cycle allows the 18.04.2 point release (scheduled to be
> released on February 7) to be shipped with updated translations.
>
> This is not a "full update", i.e. the docs are not included, so the
> names of the langpacks which have been copied to bionic-proposed are:
>
>   language-pack-XX
>   language-pack-gnome-XX
>
> where 'XX' is the language code.
>
> The steps involved are described at this wiki page:
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/LanguagePackUpdatesQA
>
> Basically the translation teams are asked to
>
> * install the updated langpacks from bionic-proposed
> * perform the tests according to the wiki page
> * add the test result for respective language to the Bionic table on
>   the wiki page
>
> The row for Swedish has already been inserted; just add your language
> in the same manner.
>
> Langpacks which have been reported as successfully tested by 30th of
> January 14:00 UTC will be copied to bionic-updates, and with that made
> available to all users.
>
> Note: If you are not an Ubuntu Member, you need to be a member of
> <https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-wiki-editors> to be able to edit the
> wiki page. You are encouraged to take this opportunity to join
> ~ubuntu-wiki-editors, but if you don't get edit access in time, please
> post the test result for your language in a message here instead.
>


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REMINDER: Call for testing: Bionic langpack updates I

Gunnar Hjalmarsson
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Hi!

The number of tested language packs so far is ... lower than I had
hoped. C'mon, it takes about 10 minutes to accomplish those tests if you
have access to an Ubuntu 18.04 installation.

Approx. 20 hours more to go.

Cheers,

/ Gunnar

On 2019-01-24 17:05, Gunnar Hjalmarsson wrote:

> Hello translators!
>
> It's time to start the first langpack update cycle for Bionic. The
> timing of this cycle allows the 18.04.2 point release (scheduled to be
> released on February 7) to be shipped with updated translations.
>
> This is not a "full update", i.e. the docs are not included, so the
> names of the langpacks which have been copied to bionic-proposed are:
>
>    language-pack-XX
>    language-pack-gnome-XX
>
> where 'XX' is the language code.
>
> The steps involved are described at this wiki page:
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/LanguagePackUpdatesQA
>
> Basically the translation teams are asked to
>
> * install the updated langpacks from bionic-proposed
> * perform the tests according to the wiki page
> * add the test result for respective language to the Bionic table on
>    the wiki page
>
> The row for Swedish has already been inserted; just add your language in
> the same manner.
>
> Langpacks which have been reported as successfully tested by 30th of
> January 14:00 UTC will be copied to bionic-updates, and with that made
> available to all users.
>
> Note: If you are not an Ubuntu Member, you need to be a member of
> <https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-wiki-editors> to be able to edit the
> wiki page. You are encouraged to take this opportunity to join
> ~ubuntu-wiki-editors, but if you don't get edit access in time, please
> post the test result for your language in a message here instead.
>

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Re: Call for testing: Bionic langpack updates I

Gunnar Hjalmarsson
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On 2019-01-24 17:05, Gunnar Hjalmarsson wrote:
> Langpacks which have been reported as successfully tested by 30th of
> January 14:00 UTC will be copied to bionic-updates, and with that made
> available to all users.

The 6 language packs which were tested have now been moved to -updates.
Thanks Lukasz, and thanks to those who tested.

@Torsten: Thanks also for pointing out the broken link. It has been
removed now.

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