[Debian-l10n-devel] Plans for a Debian i18n sprint "towards i18n.debian.org" in Paris, June 15th-17th
bubulle at debian.org
Mon Apr 23 04:54:30 UTC 2012
Quoting Martijn van Oosterhout (kleptog at gmail.com):
> Good news about the sprint.
> On 21 April 2012 17:40, Christian PERRIER <bubulle at debian.org> wrote:
> > - Martijn van Oosterhout, as the person who is the most aware of the
> > DDT* things. I think Martijn lives in the Netherlands
> I've already arranged to be free that weekend, so I can come. I'm not
> sure what needs to be done to ensure that it goes ahead because, as
> pointed out, the costs go up the shorter notice it is. The soon we
> know for sure, the sooner we can book.
I understand that, of course.
I really need to raise at least two blockers:
- Felipe being present or not
- the i18n.debian.org machine being available or not
1) Felipe was the one leading the new machine installation (and
designing most of churro along with me and Nicolas) and I would feel
too alone if he's not here
2) if we don't have a machine to work on, then we need to switch our
attention to something else. Hence the need for an answer about the
exact meaning of the prepared i18n.debian.org being decommissioned as
Peter Palfrader said. Without DSA support, I'm not sure we can do more
than just moving i18n.d.n to another non-DSA machine.....and I'm not
sure we need a sprint (and Debian money) for that.
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