> Axel Hecht wrote:
>>>> http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/l10n-mozilla-1.9.1/es-ES/rev/cff8b9d201c3 >>>>
>>>> As with SM 2.0.1, this is the last changeset doing actual changes to
>>>> files used by Thunderbird 3.0.x:
>>>> http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/l10n-mozilla-1.9.1/es-ES/rev/3311ccc1de42 >>>
>>> Which one should I take, Ricardo? The first changeset is on a relbranch
>>> and does not contain your latest fixes. The second changeset looks
>>> alright to me, though.
>>> Do you mind if I take the second one?
>> Let me lobby to take the second one.
>> I filed a bug on making the relbranch landings hidden by default for
>> opt-ins in the web app, fwiw.
> Good idea. Those landings seem to cause way more confusion among
> localizers than should be necessary.
Sorry for the delay, and yes, Axel and you're right, of course, the
second one is the good one. I didn't notice the latest changeset was
in a relbranch.
> Hi guys,
> we're finally getting near to releasing Thunderbird 3 to the public.
> Therefore please opt in for the RC1 of Thunderbird 3 by following up to
> this thread,referencing your locale, and the revision, as given by hg
> ident, or a link to your hg repo with the revision, like in
> http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/l10n-mozilla-1.9.1/is/rev/d3149b98457a or
> http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/l10n-mozilla-1.9.1/is/file/d3149b98457a >
> We are currently planning to start building the first release candidate
> builds shortly after the deadline expires on Monday, November 2 23:59
> Pacific time. We will take all locales that are ready (green dashboard)
> by then and have opted in for this release.
> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?month=11&day=2&year=2009&hour=23&min=59&sec=0&p1=256 > for how this date corresponds to your timezone.
> If we decide to do further release candidates, I'll reopen this thread so
> that you can include further fixes to your locales as you deem necessary.
> We're not really there yet with our final story on the web l10n front, as
> I told some of you on the last weekend in Prague, but our marketing
> person, Rafael Rebron, and Pascal Chevrel are working hard on that and
> will update you on this matter in the next few days.
> As of now, on the code side, things are already looking great with 32
> locales already being green on the dashboard and more hopefully still to
> If you have any questions, feel free to ask them here.
> Simon Paquet
Marcelo, can you please repost this in the corresponding opt-in thread
that I opened specifically for the TB3 point releases. That makes my
job of tracking the l10n updates significantly easier. Thanks.