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Re: Smuxi 0.10 release on the 12th December

Yes you are right three days is to short a time period, but register at Transifex and you will get a longer deadline. (the number of strings changing for each versions aren't that big, so if you get started in the coming months, you will be ready for the next version. There has been three releases this year: 20th April, 22th August and 12th December.

Status 11th December 2013
English (source language)     100%
Czech                     100%
Danish                     100%
Spanish                     100%
Swedish                     100%
German                     88%
Chinese (China)             84%
Finnish                     84%
French                     84%
Portuguese (Brazil)         81%
Croatian                     73%
Catalan                     66%
Italian                     66%
Portuguese                 66%
Slovak                     66%
Russian                     61%
English (United Kingdom)     52%
Polish                     40%
Spanish (Argentina)         38%
Urdu                     37%
Turkish                     18%
Norwegian Bokmål (Norway)15%
Persian                     11%
Korean                    7%
Arabic                     0%
Dutch                     0%
Serbian (Latin)             0%
Telugu 0 %

Spanish and Swedish complete, update for German. Telugu added as new language


Den tirs 10/12/13 skrev Helge Kreutzmann <debian@helgefjell.de>:

 Emne: Re: Smuxi 0.10 release on the 12th December
 Til: "Joe Dalton" <joedalton2@yahoo.dk>
 Cc: debian-i18n@lists.debian.org
 Dato: tirsdag 10. december 2013 18.04
 Hello Joe,
 On Mon, Dec 09, 2013 at 09:16:04PM +0000, Joe Dalton wrote:
 > Hi all translators. The package smuxi http://packages.debian.org/source/sid/smuxi is
 preparing a new release on the 12th December (in 3 days).
 The release will contain translation updates. If you want to
 update your translation or create a new one, this is the
 right time to do that. Thanks to all translators, I really
 appreciate your work!
 Three days is much too short for many translation teams. If
 you seriously want updates you should allow at least 10 days for
 updates (including reviews on the national teams), given that below
 you  state 557 strings probably some more. So most likely updates
 will be provided for the next relase only.
 Still, the announcement is much appreciated (i.e. that you
 care about the translations).
       Dr. Helge Kreutzmann   

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