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[Bug 1886282] Update Released
The verification of the Stable Release Update for gnome-getting-started-
docs has completed successfully and the package is now being released to
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Translation update of desktop guide
Status in gnome-getting-started-docs package in Ubuntu:
Status in gnome-user-docs package in Ubuntu:
Status in ubuntu-docs package in Ubuntu:
Status in gnome-getting-started-docs source package in Focal:
Status in gnome-user-docs source package in Focal:
Status in ubuntu-docs source package in Focal:
The changes mostly consist of updated translations and are proposed as
a preparation for the 20.04.1 point release. (There are a couple of
minor bug fixes too.)
Open yelp, both with an English locale and some non-English locale,
browse around and make sure there is nothing which prevents you from
navigating the Help pages.
"It's just docs", i.e. possible issues won't affect other parts of the
system. With that said, and assuming that the test case is verified,
the regression risk should be low.
The gnome-user-docs source diff may appear to be very large. The
explanation is that, unlike in the upstream release tarballs, the
localized pages are not included in the git snapshots we use as
upstream for this upload. That does not matter for the binaries; we
generate those localized pages at build time anyway.
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