The brand string is part of the images. Could be done for the SVG, in theory,
but not in case of the splash screen, which is and has to be raster graphics
(PNG). Well, nothing is impossible in informatics but the effort should be balanced.
But moreover it makes not much sense to translate brand names in general.
"Gemeinschaftsversion" in German sounds totally weird. We had an eye on l10n
while choosing the name so the term is kind of inter lingua, hopefully.
And last but not least, this brand image is not used for any binary version
built by TDF. It's just what we ship with the code.
On 19.12.20 18:05, Martin Srebotnjak wrote:
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