On Thu, 2007-06-21 at 11:05 -0400, Matthias Clasen wrote: > On 6/21/07, Luca Ferretti <elle uca libero it> wrote: > > > The shared-mime-info product itself is not translatable 'cause you > > are not using launchpad to manage it. > > Thats nonsense. If Ubuntu are not feeding their translations back > upstream, they are effectively forking the project, for translation > purposes. Saying "if everybody came to use our closed-source > collaboration tool the world would be a better place" is not a valid > excuse. The issue is not so black and white as that (per my understanding). There are sync issues that block the translations coming upstream. It is up to translators to get translations upstream. It would be fantastic if Launchpad had an easy way for GNOME to pickup translations when we want. PS. I am not on the Launchpad translation team, but I do hack on Launchpad Answers. Ubuntu *does* want it's translations going back to GNOME, our favorite desktop. -- __C U R T I S C. H O V E Y_______ Guilty of stealing everything I am.
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