Quoting Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña (firstname.lastname@example.org): > That's what I'm doing this week. However, please take note that since *a*lot* > of timezones have been added to the sublevel1 since the previous release > it will take some time to get it to 100%. Hmm, that makes a lot of strings but not a dramatically complicated work..:-) > > BTW: Maybe the timezones should be sublevel2 (or 4, even) as not having them > translated does not typically bother the average user, which will not go > through all of the world timezones but just have his timezone matching his > language. Well, *some* timezones are high priority for each language and that obviously depends on the language (indeed, on the country, of course) but I have no system tohandle that, so I decided to keep all timezones in sublevel 2. Most of them are indeed trivial to translate.
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