"MK" == Mantas Kriauciunas email@example.com writes:
MK> All errors except one is fixed. This is because lithuanian MK> language peculiarity.
>> Also, may I request gzip instead of bz2, and please make the >> tarball from the top level directory; include both templates/lt >> and messages/lt.
MK> Done. I'm attaching now in gzip format
Perfect. I'm committing those changes now.
MK> I modified Defaults.py and added this line:
MK> add_language('lt', _('Lithuanian'), 'iso-8859-13')
Fixed, thanks (I was using iso-8859-4).
MK> (messages.po is with the translation of the word 'Lithuanian' MK> too)
| Bye, | Mantas
MK> P.S. Mailman message archiving has many problems with MK> different charsets, because in Archives HTML pages all MK> messages should be in one charset, but users write e-mails in MK> different encodings (for example in Lithuania users write in MK> iso-8859-13, utf8 and windows-1257)
If the charsets are properly MIME specified, Mailman /should/ convert everything to Unicode and then encode it in the charset of the preferred language (in this case `lt' -> iso-8859-13). There may be peculiarties with utf-8, and I believe that Python 2.1 doesn't know about the Windows charsets.
Try subscribing to the Playground list (now updated) and send some samples through that are breaking the archiver. I've set the list's language to Lithuanian now, but it's running on Python 2.1.3. I'm upgrading mail.python.org to Python 2.2.2 now...