Opened 8 years ago

Closed 22 months ago

#3921 closed enhancement (invalid)

Allow windows+de in addition to windows_de

Reported by: arma Owned by:
Priority: Low Milestone:
Component: Applications/GetTor Version:
Severity: Normal Keywords:
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Description

I see lines like "windows_en" and "windows_de" in recent gettor commits. Great.

At the same time, we get mail to tor-assistants with lines like "tor-browser-bundle+fa". They're confused, since you're supposed to mail gettor+fa to specify your language. But even so, we should accept + as well as _ for the language specifier.

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comment:1 Changed 8 years ago by kaner

Keywords like "windows_en" and "windows_de" are the *internal* format GetTor uses to know what he needs to send out. This isn't advertised anywhere. After parsing emails, GetTor adds a _{language code} to each package in order to match the corresponding configured answer package. Users should never use this directly, but always use the typical "gettor+fa@tpo", "gettor+de@tpo" address format to request the language they want.

GetTor doesn't react to package requests with a "package+{language code}" in the body of the email. It could be discussed whether we should add such a feature. We had a similar feature like this once, where users could say "tor-browser-bundle" in one line of their email and then in another line "de" to request a specific language package. We got rid of that feature because we thought too many options confuse users. However, I'm not a fan of adding every other wrong usage example by a handful of users as a new GetTor feature. Rather I'm a fan of improving the help texts to a point where users actually use GetTor the way its meant to be used. I'm open for suggestions here.

comment:2 Changed 8 years ago by arma

Priority: normalminor

comment:3 Changed 22 months ago by ilv

Resolution: invalid
Severity: Normal
Status: newclosed

Closing 6 years old ticket. For what it's worth, gettor now handles +, which is defined in postfix configuration.

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