Translations are not properly imported into Launchpad.

Timo Jyrinki timo.jyrinki at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 13:45:13 UTC 2011


2011/10/6 Andrius Štikonas <stikonas at gmail.com>:
> Bug #818230 is slightly different issue, where Ubuntu modifications get
> overwritten by upstream translations. On the other hand, the issue that
> I reported is about upstream translations not overwriting older upstream
> translations which is quite bad in my case. At least for Lithuanian
> language, KDE S.C. is only translated by upstream translators (as far as I
> know, nobody does work on KDE translations into Lithuanian on Launchpad), so
> if translations will get old relatively quickly.
> Andrius Štikonas

I was also talking about this mainly. I used to fix some of the
outdated KDE upstream translations problems by uploading a few
translations manually when it was still possible to upload with the
"published by upstream" method or what was it called. This did it at
the time and then if there were LP specific changes, they were shown
as "changed in Launchpad".

Nowadays that method is not possible, but I wonder if after the
numerous changes in Rosetta and various numerous attempts over the
years to fix the translations have left some more or less hidden bits
set in the translations that prevent correctly importing actual
up-to-date upstream translations that are in the tarballs from
upstream? Just a guess.

-Timo



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