Some good news in the
dhelp front: after talking to some people and a couple of messages in
dhelp has (hopefully) full support for UTF-8, and two more translations, the first two apart from the Spanish one: Russian and German. It’s really cool seeing some program you have written producing output in cyrillic
I haven’t uploaded yet, because I found two new strings that weren’t in
dhelp.pot, but I’ll upload soon, when I receive the updates for the translation. The UTF-8 update is related to some improvements in
doc-base, so things are looking good in the documentation tools side of Debian, yay!