And now there's a wiki page [was:Re: [fedora-india] How many ...]

Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay foss.mailinglists at
Thu Mar 26 07:14:52 UTC 2009

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On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 6:05 PM, Sri Ramadoss M <shriramadhas at> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay
> <foss.mailinglists at> wrote:
>> I was wondering, somewhat idly I must admit, about the numbers amongst us:
>> - who are now on Rawhide
> I am unable to understand what you intend here..

Just asking how many of the subscribers to the fedora-india mailing
list use Rawhide on either their production boxes or, development

The specific intention is to figure out whether the lots of mails that
I read on various mailing lists about usage of various EOL-ed Fedora
releases also reflect on the list.

On Rawhide, an user would be faced with a number of issues and, since
I don't see much of the issues discussed, figuring out who uses
Rawhide also provides a pointer to the person I can get folks to
contact if they have Rawhide related questions on IRC ie.

>> - who use the local language desktop
> on Ubuntu - Yes, and when I use fedora I do occasionally.
> buggy :-)

Interesting. I haven't seen much discussion around this on the list. I
assume you use ta_IN as the language.

>> - who, during install fests and the like mention and demonstrate the
>> local language desktop
> +1
>> - who know about Transifex and related pieces of the Fedora L10n
>> infrastructure to talk about it
> Transifex - isn't it yet rosetta jam?

I wouldn't really know about Rosetta jam, but, I'd like to point out a
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