[Xfce-i18n] [RELEASE] 4.2.0 mostly frozen

Brian J. Tarricone kelnos at xfce.org
Thu Jan 6 07:57:14 CET 2005

Anthony Ivanoff wrote:

>What should I do if xfce4-i18n stats show ".po file may be out of date"?
that means that the .pot file for that module is newer than the .po file 
in question.  this could mean that translations were added or removed 
since it was last updated, or it could simply mean that code was changed 
in the module in question that changed the line numbers on which the 
translatable strings appear.  in the latter two cases, there's nothing 
to worry about, but for the former, translators would have to update to 
add the new translation.  since strings have been frozen since before 
beta1, it's probably one of the latter two harmless cases.  at some 
point i'll hack some support in the script to actually compare the .po 
files with the .pot file and figure out if it's really up to date or 
not, but i haven't gotten around to it yet.

>P.S. your mail server sucks:
>  xfce-i18n at xfce.org
>    SMTP error from remote mailer after RCPT TO:<xfce-i18n at xfce.org>:
>    host espresso.foo-projects.org []:
>    554 <mx1.mail.ru[]>: Client host rejected:
>    SPAM-ID: a20030701-787001 Your mail mail server was blacklisted
actually, it's more likely that yours does ^_~.  it would be nice, 
however, if that error message would tell *which* blacklist is 
triggering the ban, so you'd have some chance of getting off of the 

personally, i'm rather against using RBLs in an absolute sense like 
this, but i'm not the server admin...


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