All your borken trunk tboxes are belong to me - bug 324968

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All your borken trunk tboxes are belong to me - bug 324968

Jeff Walden-2
I just checked in a patch for bug 324968 to the trunk, which
consolidates two of the RDF files used in Firefox Help into one file; I
also removed the two original files.  Consequently, I had to change
browser/locales/jar.mn, and as a result you'll have to update your
locales accordingly.

This patch is only being committed to trunk code; it's pretty much only
a cleanup and therefore isn't planned for any of the branches (although
I could see it being applied to the Firefox 2 branch sometime in the
future).  To the best of my knowledge trunk is being semi-abandoned
until Firefox 2 is out, so unless you're keeping both branch and trunk
updated feel free to ignore this.

The changes made in the patch are primarily to consolidate all data from
firebird-index1.rdf and firebird-glossary.rdf into search-db.rdf.  There
are also some changes to the style of some of the entries, and two of
the entries ("Going Back" and "Going Forward") were unified into one
because they both refer to the exact same document and section.  If you
haven't tied your documentation style to that of en-US, you can probably
ignore the style changes and just consolidate the entries in the two
files into search-db.rdf and leave it at that.  If you do use en-US
style in your help docs, then feel free to make those changes as well.

If you have questions, respond and I'll make sure to answer.

Jeff
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Re: All your borken trunk tboxes are belong to me - bug 324968

Jeff Walden-2
Jeff Walden wrote:
> To the best of my knowledge trunk is being semi-abandoned
> until Firefox 2 is out

Semi-abandoned l10n-wise, that is.  Trunk's still active enough in the
back-end code. ;-)

With apologies for lack of clarity there,
Jeff
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Re: All your borken trunk tboxes are belong to me - bug 324968

Axel Hecht
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Jeff Walden wrote:

> I just checked in a patch for bug 324968 to the trunk, which
> consolidates two of the RDF files used in Firefox Help into one file; I
> also removed the two original files.  Consequently, I had to change
> browser/locales/jar.mn, and as a result you'll have to update your
> locales accordingly.
>
> This patch is only being committed to trunk code; it's pretty much only
> a cleanup and therefore isn't planned for any of the branches (although
> I could see it being applied to the Firefox 2 branch sometime in the
> future).  To the best of my knowledge trunk is being semi-abandoned
> until Firefox 2 is out, so unless you're keeping both branch and trunk
> updated feel free to ignore this.

Localization work on the trunk is optional, not abandoned. I considered
tearing down the trunk, but that wasn't well received.

I expect quite a few locales to keep up the work on the trunk.

Axel
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Re: All your borken trunk tboxes are belong to me - bug 324968

Marcelo Poli
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----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff Walden <[hidden email]>
Sent: Sábado, 28 de Enero de 2006 10:37:52 p.m.
Subject: All your borken trunk tboxes are belong to me - bug 324968

> Jeff Walden wrote:
>
>> To the best of my knowledge trunk is being semi-abandoned until
>> Firefox 2 is out
>
>
> Semi-abandoned l10n-wise, that is.  Trunk's still active enough in the
> back-end code. ;-)
>
> With apologies for lack of clarity there,
> Jeff
Just lack of resources on the l10n teams.
Branches are the main priority. Only if current branch is finished and
there's no other project active, we can work on trunk.
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