Quoting Frans Pop (firstname.lastname@example.org): > tags 442856 + patch > tags 442856 - confirmed > thanks > > I was getting a bit tired of reading the silly discussion about this in the When I see the size of the resulting patch, the needed review/comments and put it in perspective of the limited resources we currently have, I have this discussion anything but silly. An idea being a "good" idea does not necessarily mean that implementing it is a good idea. Anyway, comments on the patch, mostly on wording: +_Description: Select your time zone or UTC: I personnally dislike "Select <foo>..." templates when the template is about...selecting something. I also don't feel the need to add "or UTC", particularly if "Select" is kept (but even when removing it, this sounds a little bit weird to me...) So I'd go for "Time zone:" alone. Some templates use: +_Description: Select a location in your time zone or UTC: Others use: +_Description: Select a city in your time zone or UTC: For Australia this is incorrect as "Lord Howe" is not a city but an island. So, coupled with my dislike of "Select" and my dislike of "your", I'd recommend to go for "Time zone:" as well. :-) Apart from that, the patch is fine by me. Anothe suggestion, while we're at it: split "_Choices" into "__Choices" to avoid the recurrent problem of incorrect number of choices. That could be done manually after applying the patch, though (to the expense of some time, but great benefit for translators). .
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