[Ubuntu-l10n-eng] Wastebasket/Deleted Items
sridhar at dhanapalan.com
Tue Aug 29 06:52:29 BST 2006
On Tuesday 29 August 2006 15:42, William Anderson <neuro at well.com> wrote:
> Sridhar Dhanapalan wrote:
> > [snip]
> > The GNOME and KDE teams have agreed on some conventions regarding the
> > "Trash" moniker:
> > " Trash should be translated to Wastebin when referring to the
> > desktop/file manager. Other situations can use either 'Wastebin' or
> > 'Deleted Items' as seems most appropriate (KMail uses Deleted Items).
> > Beware of Trash being used as a verb which should be translated as 'Move
> > to Wastebin'. "
> > Their respective home pages are at:
> > http://live.gnome.org/BritishEnglish
> > http://kde.me.uk/index.php?page=kde-en-gb
> You've quoted the KDE version; the GNOME page states "Wastebasket", not
> "Wastebin". Can we influence these upstreams in any way about our Deleted
> Items thinking? I can certainly ping Jonathan Riddell and see what he
Whoops! Thanks for pointing that out. On a quick glance, the paragraphs looked
identical. I didn't notice the Wastebin/Wastebasket distinction.
I definitely would like to move such a change upstream. I don't see any point
in GNOME and KDE using different names for the same thing.
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"The company itself has turned into that thing it most hated (read: IBM), an
endlessly complex hierarchy of semi-autonomous middle managers and vice
presidents of various levels and titles, many of whom can't seem to make even
the smallest of decisions. The company is too big and too slow to ship
updates to its biggest products. It's collapsing under its own weight."
- Paul Thurrott, WinSuperSite.com, 2006-04-19
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