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On 14/12/2014 06:59, Rimas Kudelis wrote:
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


You're right and that is the way it has to be.

We face the issue that LibreOffice developers are mostly not English
native speakers, and they are much less often graduated in English
litterature. Mistakes and poor clarity are introduced in their strings
quite naturally and often. That is the way it is and we live with it

Reviewing en-US is a good thing once in a while, even if it gives us
more work, and I expect once fixed it will not change anymore.

As a side note, devs don't even write help pages to explain their new
features, and this doesn't help our translation job too.

Olivier Hallot
Comunidade LibreOffice

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