From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Fri Oct 01 2004 - 08:16:27 CST
On Friday, October 1st, 2004 00:17, Rick McGowan va escriure:
> The Unicode Consortium is pleased to announce that the alpha version
> of the Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) 1.2 is available for
> public review.
Can you please clarify what are the intent with regard to the entries
currently filled as "bugs"?
There is a quite long list of them (mine is #173, there are only 74 closed,
so I assume it is about the 100th; still it is marked "target: 1.2"), and I
have no visibility about the things that are known to be applied before the
beta stage, and the things that are supposed to be applied and to which we
should now filled additional bug reports because something was missed while
As an example, for my bug
(http://www.jtcsv.com/cgibin/locale-bugs/data?id=173) does not seem applied
at all. That is fine with me, I understand it is somewhere in the queue, and
will be examined in due time.
However, I noticed that something I adressed was in fact already addressed
in another bug, #43 (http://www.jtcsv.com/cgibin/locale-bugs/data?id=43);
and this one seems to have been applied, at least in part; but I cannot
decide if the part missing is known to need further revision, planned for
next weeks, or if it would be better to register additional comments to draw
attention to these points.
I understand very well that your resources on this are pretty limited (or at
least it seems), so I certainly do not to had any unnecesary burden.
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