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On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 10:04:21PM +0000, Michael Bauer wrote:
Might? Sorry, I realise you're clearly being helpful (no sarcasm
implied or intended) but if the 'might' implies 'we might not' then
I'm a bit perplexed. Either there is a cutoff (something in the 75%
regions seems reasonable) or there isn't. Since when did OS software
get so linguisticall restrictive? Especially since there seems to be
close to zero quality control in terms of what Ubuntu pushes out in
terms of its OS localizations.

There is not reason to get aggressive here. ;)

The situation is as follows:
- I would rather not diff from Debian to much on the set of l10ns, there is
  little reason for a good l10n not also being build on Debian too
- Im not the Debian maintainer -- thats really Renes call

So Id like to see Renes reply and only if he denies it for some reason that I
consider unjustified, I will do a Diff to Debian. I consider that unlikely as
Rene is quite a reasonable guy(*).



(*) However, it _might_ be that Rene would prefer a bug report on Debian over
    rambling on a mailing list. Just like I do usually FWIW -- it makes it
    easier to keep track of the multitude the little things to take care of.

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