Luiz Fernando Ranghetti wrote:
For libzypp and zypper, using pt_BR as an example,
translators and comunity ones uses different terms for translations,
And this is something that sounds very wrong. One system, identical
software, two different translations.
probably this means that in this phase, they will
erase all our comunity
translations and re-apply the SLE Merge Robot which now are just
suggestions to make the zypper translation on next SLE like it always
was in SLE.
No. The openSUSE translation was took as a default one. SLE Merge Robot
changes were sent only as unapproved suggestions.
Anybody from the community still can go through the suggestions, and
If it will not be done by community, contracted translators will be paid
to make it 100% translated (and with with no pending suggestions).
They should not change terminology, only make a linguistic review of the
I believe that they will work carefully and check suggestions one by
one. However I am not a native speaker of these languages, so I have to
trust that the best available translation will be used.
I saw this as a problem. Why? Right now zypper is
96,3% translated for
pt_BR. Will the contractors start with that or with the last version
they worked? (With that they will complain that the translation doesn't
comply with their standards.
No, this time (SLE12 SP2 for these three projects, SLE13 for all
projects) they will start on top of the last openSUSE version.
After they do their work and when zypper is available
to translate again
we, the comunity translators, will have to revert all the changes
contracted translators made or, at least, review all work done and
update the terms we use different. Next round of translations, same
Translators should use community translations, as the rest of the system
uses it as well. If you find a problem, you can make suggestion or
comment during the translation process.
I hope that the word fight will not appear.
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