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A person who cannot decide if a string change is semantic or cosmetic to en-US should not be messing around with the string names in the first place, if you ask me.

Ok so maybe occasionally they might get it wrong. That still produces a lot LESS workload to fix that landing 2000 cosmetic en-US changes on 50 locales.

Not a good reason for opposing this approach.

Michael

Sgrìobh Jan Holesovsky na leanas 27/01/2015 aig 14:16:
Because the sources are the ultimate version of the strings.  Who would
be deciding if a change should be applied in the sources (ie. it is a
change needed for all languages) and what is just making the original
more consistent?  And again - what to do if the person mis-judges?

All the best,
Kendy

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