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0 metche (1.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
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2 * Using gettext-based debconf templates (Closes: #359252)
3 * Added debconf-updatepo to clean target of debian/rules to ensure that
4 debconf template files are changed so translators can be warned their
5 files are outdated.
6
7 -- Micah Anderson <micah@riseup.net> Tue, 4 Apr 2006 22:28:47 +0200
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09 metche (1.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
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211 * Initial Release.
312
4 -- boum.org collective <boum@anargeek.net> Fri, 17 Feb 2006 03:57:48 +0100
13 -- Micah Anderson <micah@riseup.net> Fri, 17 Feb 2006 03:57:48 +0100
00 Source: metche
11 Section: admin
22 Priority: optional
3 Maintainer: boum.org collective <boum@anargeek.net>
4 Build-Depends-Indep: debhelper (>> 4.0.0)
3 Maintainer: boum.org collective <metche@lists.riseup.net>
4 Uploaders: Micah Anderson <micah@riseup.net>
5 Build-Depends-Indep: debhelper (>= 4.1.16)
56 Standards-Version: 3.6.2
67
78 Package: metche
0 [type: gettext/rfc822deb] templates
0 # SOME DESCRIPTIVE TITLE.
1 # Copyright (C) YEAR THE PACKAGE'S COPYRIGHT HOLDER
2 # This file is distributed under the same license as the PACKAGE package.
3 # FIRST AUTHOR <EMAIL@ADDRESS>, YEAR.
4 #
5 #, fuzzy
6 msgid ""
7 msgstr ""
8 "Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
9 "Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: metche@lists.riseup.net\n"
10 "POT-Creation-Date: 2006-04-08 18:31-0400\n"
11 "PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
12 "Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
13 "Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
14 "MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
15 "Content-Type: text/plain; charset=CHARSET\n"
16 "Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
17
18 #. Type: string
19 #. Description
20 #: ../templates:4
21 msgid "E-mail address receiving metche reports:"
22 msgstr ""
23
24 #. Type: string
25 #. Description
26 #: ../templates:4
27 msgid ""
28 "metche monitors \"system state\" changes. An hour after the last change has "
29 "been recorded an e-mail report is sent describing changes made to:\n"
30 " - files inside the watched directory (/etc by default),\n"
31 " - user maintainted changelog file(s) (if configured to do so),\n"
32 " - the list of installed Debian packages (if configured to do so)."
33 msgstr ""
34
35 #. Type: string
36 #. Description
37 #: ../templates:4
38 msgid ""
39 "Please enter the e-mail that should receive these reports. It typically "
40 "corresponds to the alias or mailing-list used by system administrators for "
41 "this computer."
42 msgstr ""
43
44 #. Type: string
45 #. Description
46 #: ../templates:4
47 msgid ""
48 "Note: by default, metche does not send detailed diffs describing file "
49 "changes as this can leak confidential information. If you want to use this "
50 "feature, we strongly encourage you to turn on GPG encryption at the same "
51 "time. See the metche(8) man page and the configuration file for more details."
52 msgstr ""
53
54 #. Type: select
55 #. Choices
56 #: ../templates:23
57 msgid "Single changelog file"
58 msgstr ""
59
60 #. Type: select
61 #. Choices
62 #: ../templates:23
63 msgid "Multiple changelog files"
64 msgstr ""
65
66 #. Type: select
67 #. Choices
68 #: ../templates:23
69 msgid "No changelog monitoring"
70 msgstr ""
71
72 #. Type: select
73 #. Description
74 #: ../templates:24
75 msgid "Changelog monitoring type:"
76 msgstr ""
77
78 #. Type: select
79 #. Description
80 #: ../templates:24
81 msgid ""
82 "metche can monitor one or more changelogs written by the system "
83 "administrators."
84 msgstr ""
85
86 #. Type: select
87 #. Description
88 #: ../templates:24
89 msgid ""
90 "These changelogs should contain comments describing the changes made to the "
91 "system. The easiest way to organize these comments is to put them all "
92 "together in one file."
93 msgstr ""
94
95 #. Type: select
96 #. Description
97 #: ../templates:24
98 msgid ""
99 "Another possibility is to have a subdirectory for each administrative task "
100 "with a file named \"Changelog\". This way, you can store source code or "
101 "configuration examples along with the documentation on how they have been "
102 "used."
103 msgstr ""
104
105 #. Type: string
106 #. Description
107 #: ../templates:39
108 msgid "Changelog file to be monitored:"
109 msgstr ""
110
111 #. Type: string
112 #. Description
113 #: ../templates:39
114 msgid "This option sets the path of the changelog file to be monitored."
115 msgstr ""
116
117 #. Type: string
118 #. Description
119 #: ../templates:44
120 msgid "Changelog directory to be monitored:"
121 msgstr ""
122
123 #. Type: string
124 #. Description
125 #: ../templates:44
126 msgid ""
127 "This option sets the path to the root directory containing the Changelogs. "
128 "Each \"Changelog\" file should be in a sub-directory of this directory."
129 msgstr ""
99 touch build-stamp
1010
1111 clean:
12 debconf-updatepo
1213 dh_testdir
1314 dh_testroot
1415 rm -f build-stamp
00 Template: metche/email
11 Type: string
22 Default: root
3 Description: E-mail address receiving metche reports
4 metche monitors "system state" changes. An hour after the last change has
3 _Description: E-mail address receiving metche reports:
4 metche monitors "system state" changes. An hour after the last change has
55 been recorded an e-mail report is sent describing changes made to:
66 - files inside the watched directory (/etc by default),
77 - user maintainted changelog file(s) (if configured to do so),
88 - the list of installed Debian packages (if configured to do so).
99 .
1010 Please enter the e-mail that should receive these reports. It typically
11 corresponds to the alias or mailing-list used by system administators for
11 corresponds to the alias or mailing-list used by system administrators for
1212 this computer.
1313 .
14 Note: by default, metche does not send detailed diffs describing file changes
15 as this can leak confidential information. If you want to use this feature,
16 we strongly encourage you to turn on GPG encryption at the same time.
17 See the metche(8) man page and the configuration file for more details.
14 Note: by default, metche does not send detailed diffs describing file
15 changes as this can leak confidential information. If you want to use
16 this feature, we strongly encourage you to turn on GPG encryption at the
17 same time. See the metche(8) man page and the configuration file for more
18 details.
1819
1920 Template: metche/changelog/type
2021 Type: select
21 Choices: Single changelog file, Multiple changelog files, No changelog monitoring
22 Description: Changelog monitoring type.
22 __Choices: Single changelog file, Multiple changelog files, No changelog monitoring
23 _Description: Changelog monitoring type:
2324 metche can monitor one or more changelogs written by the system
2425 administrators.
2526 .
26 These changelogs should contain comments describing the changes made
27 to the system. The easiest way to organize these comments is to put them all
27 These changelogs should contain comments describing the changes made to
28 the system. The easiest way to organize these comments is to put them all
2829 together in one file.
2930 .
3031 Another possibility is to have a subdirectory for each administrative task
3132 with a file named "Changelog". This way, you can store source code or
32 configuration examples along with the documentation on how they have been used.
33 configuration examples along with the documentation on how they have been
34 used.
3335
3436 Template: metche/changelog/file
3537 Type: string
36 Description: Changelog file to be monitored.
38 _Description: Changelog file to be monitored:
3739 This option sets the path of the changelog file to be monitored.
3840
3941 Template: metche/changelog/directory
4042 Type: string
41 Description: Changelog directory to be monitored.
42 This option sets the path to the root directory containing the Changelogs. Each
43 "Changelog" file should be in a sub-directory of this directory.
43 _Description: Changelog directory to be monitored:
44 This option sets the path to the root directory containing the Changelogs.
45 Each "Changelog" file should be in a sub-directory of this directory.