2014.12.14 02:43, jonathon wrote:
On 13/12/14 21:45, Khaled Hosny wrote:
Changes made in one dialect of one language should neither affect, nor
effect changes in other dialects of the same language, much less other
Huh? English (US) is the “source” language,
Treating en_US, en_DE, en_UK, or any variant thereof as the "source"
language is, at best, translation mismanagement.
No. Translation mismanagement was propagating these cosmetic changes to
Pootle without having automatically updated localized Gettext files.
The more fundamental error is assuming that what is in source is
consistently en_US, or any other en_* variant.
It should be. You can look at it the other way around: anything that
gets in the source should consistently be en_US, not just
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