You are talking wisely
On 16/10/17 13:47, Adolfo Jayme Barrientos wrote:
2017-10-13 7:45 GMT-05:00 Yury Tarasievich <email@example.com>:
Seconding this. The project just throws away the l10n people man-hours (but
just you try to get them dev guys to fix something in the code!).
What are you talking about? Developers are committing many patches per
day, even on holidays (see e.g. our GitHub Pulse or our dashboard).
This is a ridiculous accusation.
No. And you are turning things upside down.
Developers do much, providing they like what
they do (are about to do). On the other hand,
the important and visible functionality may sit
there *virtually* broken for years (like, hey,
ms word import/export involving formulas).
Returning to question at hand: people here are
expressing their frustration because the actual
workflow model allows for cascading workloads
for everybody with very little rationale behind.
BTW, does developer side suffer from such kind
of problem? Never, I believe. Everything is
coordinated (and rightly so!)
Also, I've translated mozilla stack in my day,
and I know it allows for *economising*
translator's effort -- much of the content is
replicated. And I've NEVER seen a 25-30%
'update' of the kind we are talking about here.
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