Quoting Julien Cristau (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > This is a hack meant to avoid disabling translations just because > > they're missing *these* strings. In short, a hack meant for languages > > missing only those to be still calculated as being 100%. > > > You're disabling translations as soon as they're not 100%? In first two sublevels, yes. To answer Phil's question: the articifial move to sublevel 6 is a trick to help my own job in tracking things down *and* a way to give a lower priority to recently changed strings, particularly when *I* feel this is time to freeze things down (I think I did enough D-I l10n releases to perfectly know how hard it is to get final translation updates). About volatile: I'm still waiting for a proposal to change the strings, by the way.
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