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Wed Oct 26 18:24:36 CEST 2005
Daichi Kawahata wrote:
>On Wed, 26 Oct 2005 16:40:27 +0300
>Stavros Giannouris wrote:
>>Don't worry, that's what wikis are for. Since  is usually
>>one or two clicks away, things (especially the popular) tend to
>>get improved substancially over time. And yes, this includes
>>spelling & grammar mistakes ;-)
>I see thanks, hm, I thought well considered sub-category (for
>each languages, general, tool bragging, tips etc.) might be
>required... considering itself may be harmful then.
>>PS: By the way, I might want to use the wiki for the documentation
>>translation for 4.4. Do you think it is possible?
>Probably, but that's my another concern, it means those documents
>aren't always up-to-dated, besides unlike PO files, they're hard to
>get synchronized, that means only current translator who watches
>any changes of original document carefully can know exact differences
>in between original and translated files. In other words, a new
>translator must see through the both entire texts.
>If Wiki has tagging method to relate each other in specific version,
>then it may help.
Like I said before - covering /trunk/ in the wiki should use generic
explanations, so that they can be understood in any timeframe properly.
Making a page specifically for 4.4 progress can be done, but it should
be marked clearly as being a "dated" page to avoid confusion.
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