[kde-edu]: bugs in kbruch messages

Albert Astals Cid aacid at kde.org
Tue Feb 10 22:20:02 CET 2009

A Dimarts, 10 de febrer de 2009, Tiago Porangaba va escriure:
> Hello Guys!
> Great job with the messages. Definitely better than older ones.
> Since KDE 4.2 is released, should I just apply the patch or do something
> else? Maybe reporting a bug.

Weel, you are the maintainer, so reporting a bug makes no sense, it's you who 
is going to fix it anyway ;-)

If you agree with the fixes you are free to commit them to trunk, if you think 
they are so much better strings that should be backported to the KDE 4.2.x 
branch, that is another story. As changing strings without permission is not 
allowed on released branches you need to mail kde-i18n-doc and explain the 
reason why you want to do the changes. Usually change requests are accepted.


> Help me guys because I'm still learning how to better collaborate with it.
> PS: Piacentini, in my opinion forced is better than enforced in this
> context. Some native speaker could help us?
> Cheers,
> Tiago Porangaba
> 2009/2/9 Mauricio Piacentini <piacentini at kde.org>
> > > If Burkhard sends a mail here about kbruch messages is because he wants
> > > feedback from kbruch devels.
> >
> > I am not a Kbruch devel, but the revised messages seem consistent with
> > the changes in the software. My only observation is with the expression:
> >
> > "Do not forget to reduce the result, if the use of the reduced form is
> > forced."
> >
> > It is used twice in the patch. I am not a native speaker, but isn't
> > "enforced" better than "forced" in this context?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Mauricio Piacentini
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