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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Weblate instance for testing purposes


On 28.08.2019 12:17, Michael Bauer wrote:
Sgrìobh sophi na leanas 27/08/2019 aig 15:37:
Your feedback is very welcome of course, we will take it into account
before making a decision.
Very first impression is "Not sure I trust them to do the job
properly". They list ga-IE as Irish (fine) but gd-GB as "Gaelic"
rather than the much clearer "Scots Gaelic" or "Scottish Gaelic".
Given the huge amount of confusion people have over Irish Gaelic, Manx
Gaelic and Scots Gaelic, that suggests a lack of thought/research when
language issues are concerned. We're going to have endless people ...
ok not endless, a number of people signing up for the wrong language.
Not fun for any locale manager either way.

Here are the language definitions: https://github.com/WeblateOrg/language-data

Ilmari

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