Quoting Michael Bramer (email@example.com): > >And, *now only*, someone notices..:) > > If you don't start the script, your change was not commit to the > database... Aha, that was not really obvious. I was roughly assuming that changing the setting in ddtss-setup would be enough. > only german is allowing anon contribs... And I intend to disable them unless I hear some very loud noise from the German l10n team AND a good rationale about why anon contribs are wished (just "we have someone who prefers working this way" is not enough). > >Seems to me like a good proof that nearly nobody is seriously using > >anonymous contributions in the DDTSS. Maybe with one exception: Danish..:) > > This proof is not right... Yeah, indeed > > Your change in the script in early July, was activated by myself > yesterday evening and confuse our translators/reviewer... (see Joe > Dalton mail) OK, we'll see. Still, I really wish to minimize the use of anon contributions. Rhonda had a very good rationale about that.
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