Audacity web site shows both program and web POT files were updated on
2010/10/30. However, I found the program POT file linked there is still
old 2010/8/17 version. (The web POT file is actually new 2010/10/30 version
From: Gale Andrews <gale@au...> - 2010-11-03 20:14:07
| From Atsushi YOSHIDA <ayoshida.pub@...>
| Wed, 3 Nov 2010 12:58:07 +0900
| Subject: [Audacity-translation] Updated POT file
> Audacity web site shows both program and web POT files were updated on
> 2010/10/30. However, I found the program POT file linked there is still
> old 2010/8/17 version. (The web POT file is actually new 2010/10/30
> version , though)
Thanks. I "think" this may have happened because I needed to install the
latest Ubuntu 10.10 on a new disk. The audacity.pot on the server is
indeed still from 17th August, but if no-one else does I'll update it soon.
There's a few string changes that I need to add, anyway.
When there is a gap between releases as now, would it be useful to
update audacity.pot once a month on an agreed date, anyway? And how
about audacity_website.pot? I've got quite a few web changes I haven't
committed because traditionally we hang on to them so the translators
can make changes in one translating session rather than in "bits and
pieces." Would it again help between releases if audacity_website.pot
was committed monthly on a set date (assuming something had changed)?