> Since I'm getting up-to-date with a rather sparse translation (5%) it w=
> nice not having to wait several days between the time when I send in th=
> updated po-file and the time of the actual commit.
> So are some days better than others to send in an updated po-file?
well it depends on the agenda of the various contributors in fact. We all=
this work on our free time as a hobby.
I guess that an acceptable delay between patch submission and review/comm=
this patch is about one week.
I guess that during summer, people tend to spend less time in front of a
But as for me, i take a look a the tracker almost daily (weekly in the wo=
> Or do other translators just manually fix the po-files if there a new s=
> or changes in the mean time compared to their working-po-file?
There again, it depends on the work provided by developpers. I guess the =
thing to do is to work from latest version of the po files found in svn t=
Those po files are synchronized quite often, plus once you reach around 8=
translation, you will find that the strings are quite stable; changes/upd=
mainly consist in following the new features/improvements of the interfac=
Thanks for your work,
PS : BTW, you may be happy to know that now, da.po is 54% translated