[Debian-l10n-devel] Thoughts about DDTP (Was: Number of requests for DDTP)

Aron Xu happyaron.xu at gmail.com
Sun Aug 7 08:45:16 UTC 2011

On Sun, Aug 7, 2011 at 14:43, Christian PERRIER <bubulle at debian.org> wrote:
> Quoting Aron Xu (happyaron.xu at gmail.com):
>> > > Then he goes back to page [3]. "Oh, gosh, what I've worked are just
>> > > suggestions? to whom? I don't know!" He feels a bit tired, and makes a
>> > > cup of tea/coffee then goes back to read the texts he ignored just now.
>> >
>> > Why do you say "suggestions"? Where does it say that? I'm still fuzzy
>> > on the distinction. I get the feeling there is no *practical*
>> > difference but it's a difference in how people feel about what they
>> > do?
>> >
>> Sorry, I meant he thinks his translations can't get into the database
>> directly, and knowing there aren't some specific reviewers, so he thinks
>> his translations will get ignored. Actually, all those translations in
>> zh_CN *are* ignored unless they fake three people (changing account, ip
>> address, etc), we don't have three people working on DDTSS at any time.
> Do you want us to lower the number of needed reviews for zh_CN in
> DDTSS? That's feasible.

I'm afraid I don't want to change it, because fewer revisions will
lead to lower quality.

Aron Xu

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