[Ubuntu-translations-coordinators] [Bug 889966] Re: Incorrect units for file size in Nautilus

David Planella david.planella en ubuntu.com
Mar Mar 27 07:19:00 UTC 2012

Al 24/03/12 15:57, En/na Pablo Lillia ha escrit:
> David: thanks for your directions. I'll follow that.
> Why patches can't be applied directly? I'm a dev and I think that web
> tools must be a helper, not a barrier.

Hi Pablo,

In general, patches are very welcome. However, in the case of language
packs, there is usually no need to patch them, the reason being that if
translations are fixed in Launchpad, they will automatically make it to
the next language packs without the need to patch them.

In particular, in the development release, as language packs are being
generated twice a week (except for freeze periods), it's just a matter
of correcting the strings in Launchpad and then waiting a few days for
these corrections to be shipped in language packs.

So it's not using patches for language packs is not about being a
barrier, but rather to avoid generating unnecesary work.

> Anyways, I'm a novice at LP,
> Ubuntu and Gnome, and I understand that not always things are so easy or
> fast as we want. But, I'll do my best :)

Sure, feel free to ask if you've got any questions!

> I'm talking to gnome upstream translation team. I'll report any advance
> about this problem here later.

Excellent, thanks!


David Planella
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