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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Weblate upgrade this Friday


Il 12/02/20 14:45, Christian Lohmaier ha scritto:
Hi *,

Weblate will be upgraded to 3.10.3 this Friday.
Since this update includes some bigger changes to the database, the
update will take quite a bit of time.
The update starts around 10 UTC and will last until the evening.

ciao
Christian

Hi Christian,

the upgrade is ok, but I noticed the old Italian translation for the Weblate interface.

AFAIK, this is a strange thing...

Ciao
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