I've found out (the hard way) that translations are being removed from the website regardless after six months of not being updated regardless of the changes done in the original file. This is quite counter-productive, since some version changes in the english wml files are sometimes just cosmetic and the translation was quite alright when it was removed. Could the cron scripts doing this (if any) be modified so that they only remove translations that are _way_ too out-dated (more than 5 versions behind) instead of those that are not too out of date (less than 5)? This would be consistent with the 'translation-check' header idea I introduced four years ago.... Regards Javier PS: This happened to me today with spanish/MailingLists/index.wml, a translator redid all the work when only a few changes were needed simply because the out of date (only 1 version difference) version had been removed in a (semi?)automatic way.
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