In an heroic way, Martina Dejmek proofread many (new) YasT messages the
last days. Internally, find the results in my export directory as
.../10.3/proofed-2007-08-23.tar.gz . Maybe, I should create a bug
report an attach it.
1/ Do *not* apply these corrections now. Remember, string freeze is
effective since quite some time.
2/ We will use the corrections as "overloads". This means, we will
install them as en_US translations. So, if you receive a bug report
with an unknown message quoted, check the en_US .mo file using msgunfmt
and use the msgid for grepping thru your sources.
If any "translation" does not match you expection, talk to me and
Martina. We will happily adjust the en_US files for something better.
Let me repeat with other words, we did not touch the messages already
approved by the previous proofreader. But considerably more than 2000
messages were in an unchecked state in the meantime and Martina worked
on those only.
For the record, Jana proofread several important modules completely some
days ago. Jana's findings, together with remarks by Benji, already made
it into the source code.
I'm rather happy that we reached this goal now!
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