"Upgrading Ubuntu to version 9.10" untranslated and missing for translation
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Sun Oct 25 11:58:03 GMT 2009
El ds 24 de 10 de 2009 a les 12:27 +0200, en/na Ricardo Pérez López va
> When I upgrade my system from Jaunty to Karmic RC, update-manager
> shows the "Upgrading Ubuntu to version 9.10" string untranslated in my
> Spanish desktop. Translations in Launchpad does not include that
> string for translation in the update-manager template for Jaunty.
> Instead, it has the "Upgrading Ubuntu to version 9.04" string .
> However, update-manager in Karmic does include the "Upgrading Ubuntu
> to version 9.10" string .
> Is this the right behavior? I suppose update-manager (as well as
> language-pack-*) in Jaunty will be updated some days before Karmic
> release in order to get that visible string translated. Am I wrong?
>  https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/jaunty/+source/update-manager/+pots/update-manager/es/197/+translate
>  https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/karmic/+source/update-manager/+pots/update-manager/es/204/+translate
I have noticed that too, and I remember either having seen another
report or someone else commenting on this. Could you please report it as
a bug against update-manager and the ubuntu-translations project , so
we can keep track of it and see how this can be addressed (checking that
no one else has already reported it, if possible)?
Ubuntu Translations Coordinator
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