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Dear all,

I'm writing this message because I'm extremely frustrated. Since the
13th of July over 96% of LibreOffice has been translated to the
Silesian language. It is more than Finnish, Swedish, Latvian, Polish,
Irish, and many others.

The fact that my language was ready to be included with the release of
LO 6.3.0 was completely disregarded. I made enquiries in a few places,
and on 12th of August I was told that the Silesian version was
discussed during the last Engineering Steering Committee and it would
be packed and released, too.

Almost a month has passed, 6.3.1 is already available, and still, the
Silesian version hasn't been packed. I have sent two e-mails to the
person responsible for that and I got no answer.

Here's the question: what is the point of the work I did FOR FREE for
The Document Foundation? Now, I can understand people might be busy. I
can understand an oversight. But two versions have been released since
my job was done and it doesn't look like an oversight anymore.

How long is the Silesian community going to wait? Can anybody give me
any answer?


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