[Xfce-i18n] Easy way to track new untranslated strings in non-core packages?

Pjotr pliniusminor at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 19:19:14 CEST 2011

@Per Kongstad: Thanks. Not ideal, because of the multiple mouseclicks
still needed to reach my language. But it does help a bit.

@Nick Schermer: What I would like best, would be something like this:

All package translations, irrespective of status (master, 4.8, apps,
whatever) together on one webpage for one language. That's the easiest
way to check whether there's again (or still) something to be done
about the translation of some package.

Regards, Pjotr.

2011/6/17 Per Kongstad <p_kongstad at op.pl>:
> You could try this page http://wiki.xfce.org/translations
> On 06/14/2011 06:40 PM, Pjotr wrote:
>> Is there an easy way to track newly added untranslated strings in
>> non-core packages?
>> With the core packages, it's easy: they are all visible on one web
>> page. Newly added untranslated strings in a core package, show
>> rightaway.
>> But this is not the case for non-core packages, like Orage or Postler.
>> For example: only by coincidence I discovered a few days ago, that
>> Midori (which I had translated for 100 % into Dutch a few weeks ago),
>> suddenly was reduced to 98 % because of some newly added untranslated
>> strings.
>> _______________________________________________

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