Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Re: Version regressions in cosmic compared to bionic

On Wed, Oct 10, 2018 at 04:28:57PM +0200, Gunnar Hjalmarsson wrote:
> On 2018-10-10 14:13, Julian Andres Klode wrote:
> > language-pack-gnome-mai 1:18.04+20180712/bionic-updates -> 1:18.04+20180423/cosmic
> > language-pack-gnome-mai-base 1:18.04+20180712/bionic-updates -> 1:18.04+20180423/cosmic
> > language-pack-mai 1:18.04+20180712/bionic-updates -> 1:18.04+20180423/cosmic
> > language-pack-mai-base 1:18.04+20180712/bionic-updates -> 1:18.04+20180423/cosmic

> Maithili is a language which is not so well translated in Ubuntu. When
> building language packs, a threshold is applied to exclude languages with
> poor translation coverage. Apparently enough strings are translated in
> bionic, but not (yet) in cosmic.

> Łukasz is about to build new language packs. If the Maithili langpacks are
> updated then, all is well. Otherwise it would be most consistent, AFAICT, to
> drop the Maithili language packs from the cosmic archive.

We should just remove those packages now just in case, and if they are
reintroduced in the next export that's fine. I've done this now.

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