should I import to trunk
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Tue Oct 20 07:21:36 BST 2009
El dl 19 de 10 de 2009 a les 15:12 +0200, en/na Mads Bille Lundby va
> In this release cycle I have primarily been uploading Danish po-files
> of Ubuntu-specific translations to the Karmic branch of the various
> projects, e.g. software-center. Should I also upload to the trunk
> version or will this be done automatically eventually?
The upload of translations from the Karmic versions to the trunk
branches of projects is a manual process the project maintainers must
do. In practice, though, I've found out that this step doesn't always
happen, it depends on the project.
What I personally tend to do is to translate upstream first, so that
translations flow to the distro. Then I check that translations did make
it to the distro and see if there are any new ones, which I translate
there. Then I go to the project's trunk again and see if these new
strings are there. If they are, the distro's translations will appear as
global suggestions, which I will simply have to click to accept. In
summary, as a translator I try to keep the translations manually sync.
In your case, if you've been translating in the distro, I'd recommend to
import those translations to the projects' trunk branches as well.
Ubuntu Translations Coordinator
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