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Hi Thomas, *,

On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 2:45 PM, Thomas Hackert <> wrote:
Hello Christian, *,
On Mittwoch, 17. Juli 2013 14:19 Christian Lohmaier wrote:
On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 1:44 PM, Thomas Hackert
<> wrote:

Well, you mentioned in http://www.mail-, that you
will do it yourself ... ;) So it sounded to me, that you don't need
any help ... ;)

I don't need help for german, but I would be stupid to not accept help :-)

But than there is another question: Should this bracketed strings be
translated as well (e.g. ['DEFAULT_CURRENCY'] or 'DonatePage'])?

No, those are the IDs that identify the string/by which they are
referenced by silverstripe. Only the strings right to the equal sign

And I only need translations for the items marked green in the diff I
linked. The  other strings are already in pootle and should have been
translated already.

And should we send translations to this list or to your private mail

Whatever you prefer. If you're in doubt of duplicating work, then
sending a notice that you will provide translation for language xy
might be helpful, if you're very likely the only one submitting a
translation, it doesn't really matter :-)

NP: DavidTMX – Rapport Tendus

Ah :-))


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