Hi everyone :)
I've received the debconf update mail  for the file "mailman 1:2.1.8-3".
Although my language is now supported in both stable  and trunk  Mailman, this template does not list my language in the fairly long list of supported languages.
Does this mean that the Debian package is lagging behind current versions?
I'm a bit disappointed, because I've looked forward to my community being able to use Mailman.
from Clytie (vi-VN, Vietnamese free-software translation team / nhóm Việt hóa phần mềm tự do) http://groups-beta.google.com/group/vi-VN
These notes are for translators who may not be used to the jargon:
(a) debconf - a configuration program for the Debian free-software operating system: its files are called "debconf templates". If you package software for Debian, you also create a debconf template to configure that software for that user's Debian system.
(b) update mail - there are around 700 debconf templates, so monitoring a list of them, especially in a distributed system like Debian, is inefficient. Developers can register for these update mails, which notify the last translator when the file is updated, and send it to him/her for update. You send the updated file by reply.
 stable - the newest released version of Mailman for general use
 trunk - the newest developed version of Mailman, for testing use