Re: [Gimp-developer] gimp-developer-list Digest, Vol 8, Issue 12

Ok guys. I figured if i just posted "gimp" and "rename" in the same sentence, you would've just disregard it. So, as gg wisely put it, I made the message look "spammy". It occurred to me it would be more likely clicked. :) Not so far fetched.

Heres the thing: I believe its not just a matter of *name change*, but an image revamp.
I read some old threads from 2007 and 2009 and a guy said at the end of one something like "if you can either point out other reasons than the one has been already discused (and ruled on) and make a solid arguement about this particular topic, *maybe* it can raise some interest". This regarding same ol' bitchin 'bout the negative context the gimp word has in some scenarios, which is besides my point (in my post).
So, without any pretensions,  I refer u all to the post i made
For those of u who had read it, thank you for your time. It means a lot.  And for all the others "thanx, but no thanx" type of guys, i can only say "never close a door to a future, without fully knowing what it can offer".

Thank you.

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Today's Topics:

   1. Re:  yes, its that time of the year.. (Eric Grivel)
   2. Re:  [Gimp-user] Translation updates for GIMP 2.8 (?yvind Kol?s)
   3. Re:  XP SP3 requirement? (Jernej Simon?i?)
   4.  Differences between Gimp Windows and Gimp Linux (Anke Lange)
   5. Re:  Differences between Gimp Windows and Gimp Linux
      (mikehenning eclipse net)
   6. Re:  yes, its that time of the year.. (Michael Grosberg)
   7. Re:  Official 2.8 Windows installer? (michael grosberg)
   8. Re:  yes, its that time of the year.. (Michael Schumacher)
   9. Re:  [Gimp-user] Translation updates for GIMP 2.8
      (Cristian Secar?)


Message: 1
Date: Sun, 06 May 2012 11:48:51 -0400
From: Eric Grivel <gimp lumenssolutions com>
To: gimp-developer-list gnome org
Subject: Re: [Gimp-developer] yes, its that time of the year..
Message-ID: <4FA69D63 10902 lumenssolutions com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed

Well, I deleted the message without reading, and I'm not planning to 
click the link until it is accompanied with some relevant information on 
why it would be relevant for me. Because unlike gg I'm not quite that 


On 05/06/2012 10:14 AM, gg wrote:
On 06/05/12 15:15, legion1978 wrote:
Please read it before you ditch it.

Thank you.

*Roony Alvarez*
/Director Creativo/
The Shibumi Group

As a publicist, you sure know how to make your emails look like SPAM.

I clicked on the tinyURL link FULLY expecting it to be spam ( because 
I'm bored and was curious a to what browser trick it might be using. )

I was rather phased when it turned out to be something to do with GIMP.

I suppose if you're trying to trick people into reading something you 
imagine they don't want to read, you have to be a bit devious.


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Message: 2
Date: Sun, 6 May 2012 18:19:23 +0200
From: ?yvind Kol?s <pippin gimp org>
To: Cristian Secar? <liste secarica ro>
Cc: gimp-developer-list gnome org
Subject: Re: [Gimp-developer] [Gimp-user] Translation updates for GIMP
	<CAKjrkdPTJAQfCzXuyM1O5PRAuDegE4Up1ocS-avm9XKUeid3VA mail gmail com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8

On Sun, May 6, 2012 at 3:45 PM, Cristian Secar? <liste secarica ro> wrote:
I checked with the official source code release for 2.8 and it seems
that things have been screwed up somewhere. The script-fu .po files for
languages ar, el, eo, ko, ro and te reports 61 total strings, the same
as the current online version which now has been truncated down to 61
strings for *all* languages.
It sounds like translators are pushing translations based on master into 2.8.
The reduction in translatable string count is probably related to a
local trimming/cleaning commit that I have locally that has not been
pushed yet - but the removal of string has been prematurely pushed.


Roony Alvarez
Director Creativo
The Shibumi Group

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