Am Sonntag, 16. Juni 2013 schrieb Titanus:
> Sun, 16 Jun 2013 01:58:51 +0200 skrev Christian Boltz:
> > Some notes and questions:
> > Please don't use "MiB" - it might be technically correct, but
> > most
> > users know "MB" much better
> Agreed. I didn't really thought of it since I use 1024 as multiplier,
> and 1024 in the short manuel to my users.
I somehow doubt a user will note the difference between 1000 and 1024 as
multiplier ;-) (well, maybe when it comes to harddisk sizes measured in
"Marketing-MB" ;-) because fdisk will tell a quite different disk size,
but probably not with mailboxes)
> > You changed several "!" to ".". Are exclamation marks unusual in
> > danish? (BTW: If you think the english text of a message needs to be
> > changed, just tell me/us what you would change.)
> Like Johnny wrote, even though "!" can indeed be used interchangeably
> with "." in danish (and probably norwegian and swedish to), it's
> generally frowned upon. I don't think it's a problem outside of
> Scandinavia, but I would like to leave them out of the translation.
OK. Will you replace the "!" in the latest SVN version (again), or
should I try to do the changes based on the file you sent yesterday?
BTW: I also commited your translations to the 2.3 branch (including "!"
replacements, but without the "MiB" changes) - if we do a 2.3.7 release,
your updated translations will be included.
> Damn, I tried to get hold of the newest translation :) But sure, no
> problem. What should I do with the strings marked as "Obsolete"?
Just ignore the "Obsolete" strings. They are unused in the latest SVN
version and will be removed when I find some time.
> A "wait and see" attitude is definitely called for instead of
> "headless chicken" mode.
Ha ha.. come on... headless chicken mode is so much more entertaining
to watch though :-) [Henne Vogelsang and Clayton in opensuse]