Hi Yaron, Also, this is something that is of a bigger relevance for the ubuntu-translators list imo. At the moment, nothing is really changing for Ubuntu translations. Ð ÑÑÐ, 21. 12 2010. Ñ 23:40 +0200, Yaron Shahrabani ÐÐÑÐ: > Well I am a little worried about something... > There are many current translations that we want to eliminate from > launchpad and we prefer the GNOME ones, yet another case is that our > KDE translations in Ubuntu (Kubuntu) are better than the upstream > ones. We will not be changing our synchronization rules as such. It's just that we will be getting "immediate" upstream imports, as if a new Ubuntu package is coming with every commit to the upstream branch. If your KDE translations are really better in Launchpad, I urge you to try to submit them upstream as well (I assume you have tried already, but still, try again! :). We are building tools to make this as easy as possible. > How should we play? â So, since we won't be changing the precedence rules for translations, you should do just like you do today: revert all the GNOME translations to "upstream" translations (currently marked "packaged" in the UI), and keep diverged KDE translations. Cheers, Danilo
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