On Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 1:03 PM, Sophie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Although the origin of the english strings are from the developers,
and they are focused in producing code and fixing bugs more than
writing beautiful english, it may be necessary that we - the
community and in a continuous process - start reviewing the
linguistics in english.
Three months ago I have asked similar question here. Precisely: what to
do with English string that could be improved? I got few other
suggestions on how to improve that string, but nothing was done.
That's actually the issue. Andras is helping a lot here, but he is not
the one responsible of the en_US version. And I don't think somebody is
Hmm. Sophie - should we consider spinning-up a community for en_US?
I'm not sure I have much time to spend on it right now, but I could
perhaps help out a little here and there...
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