Re: De-Branding of Icedove, reintroducing Thunderbird packages into Debian
- Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2017 20:23:47 +0000 (UTC)
- From: Joe Dalton <joedalton2@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: De-Branding of Icedove, reintroducing Thunderbird packages into Debian
Hi Carsten, I have a small request.
When making the package descriptions (that is adding the phrase: This is a transitional package. It can be safely removed), it would be nice for us translators that a . is made between the text and the phrase. That phrase is already translated in most of the active languages. and adding it in a separate sections, means no work for us translators, as opposite to now there we have to run through x number of strings, copy the old text and adding This is a transitional package. It can be safely removed (translated) in all the sections, go through proofreading/control etc.
It's a small thing then making the package descriptions, but saves us a lot of work.
thanks in advance.
Icedove is an unbranded Thunderbird mail client suitable for free distribution.
The goal of Thunderbird is to produce a cross platform stand-alone mail
application using the XUL user interface language.
This package contains the localization of Icedove in Arabic.
This is a transitional package. It can be safely removed.
Icedove er en version af postklienten Thunderbird, der ikke markedsføres
og som er egnet til fri distribution. Målet med Thunderbird er at
fremstille et uafhængigt postprogram, som fungerer på tværs af platforme
med brug af sproget for XUL-brugerfladen.
Den tirs 21/2/17 skrev Carsten Schoenert <c.schoenert@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
Emne: Re: De-Branding of Icedove, reintroducing Thunderbird packages into Debian
Til: "Lionel Elie Mamane" <lionel@xxxxxxxxx>, debian-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Dato: tirsdag 21. februar 2017 21.13
Am 21.02.2017 um 11:38 schrieb Lionel Elie Mamane:
> If home directories are shared between machines, one
> icedove and the other thunderbird, will they
collaborate decently on
> the same profile directory?
this should work as the "real" old Icedove packages uses
Thunderbird now uses ~/.thunderbird as default.
But that you probably wont do. You probably want to use
Icedove on one
machine and Thunderbird on another machine and you want to
profile folder for booth, that will also work if you use
not differ that much. The best would be to only Thunderbird
Icedove with the same version.
Combining usage of booth profile folders with symlinking is
the thing we
currently talk about to not copy .icedove into