Hi Manuel, nice to hear from you for the first time.
I don't understand why Adolfo Jayme Barrientos allows himself to
translate the pages already translated into Italian by revising them.
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I thought that I was doing a service by updating the translations after I
had changed the corresponding English page, but I have never claimed to be
the one for “revising” your work, so I am baffled as to how this conclusion
I repeat because revising the pages in Italian has already been taken
up in the past for this invasive attitude.
What? I have no recollection of me having any prior interaction with you,
either in these terms or otherwise.
In fact, the last time someone from the Italian team collaborated with me
(I think it was Valter Mura, ciao!!), he was very nice to me; he helped me
with some typos and missing strings on the Spanish translation, and I was
very grateful to have his keen eyes. It was a positive experience.
I think there is already enough to translate and proofread in its
native language, without breaking eggs in someone else's basket.
You’re not wrong, I get to translate to four languages (add Aragonese to my
basket), but to call my little edit from a long time ago “breaking eggs in
your basket” just because I had a little typo (*da la → dalla), well, it
speaks more about your attitudes than mine.
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