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Luigi Baldoni
   Hello,
does anyone know where the translations for plasma5-pk-updates are maintained?
I couldn't find it on i18n.opensuse.org or i10n.opensuse.org and I'd like
to contribute the missing Italian strings.

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Re: plasma5-pk-updates locale

Carlos E. R.-2
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On 2016-05-15 09:54, Luigi Baldoni wrote:
> Hello, does anyone know where the translations for
> plasma5-pk-updates are maintained? I couldn't find it on
> i18n.opensuse.org or i10n.opensuse.org and I'd like to contribute
> the missing Italian strings.

Unless it is an application created and hosted by openSUSE, it would
be upstream. I assume it is a KDE program, so it would be translated
by the upstream KDE people (somewhere.kde.org).

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Re: plasma5-pk-updates locale

Luigi Baldoni
From: "Carlos E. R." <[hidden email]>

> Unless it is an application created and hosted by openSUSE, it would
> be upstream. I assume it is a KDE program, so it would be translated
> by the upstream KDE people (somewhere.kde.org).

Thanks, I found the correct community to ask.

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Re: plasma5-pk-updates locale

Carlos E. R.-2
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On 2016-05-15 13:13, Luigi Baldoni wrote:
> From: "Carlos E. R." <>
>
>> Unless it is an application created and hosted by openSUSE, it
>> would be upstream. I assume it is a KDE program, so it would be
>> translated by the upstream KDE people (somewhere.kde.org).
>
> Thanks, I found the correct community to ask.

Good :-)

Although I'm confused by this particular application, I don't know for
sure if it is an upstream one or specific to openSUSE.

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Re: plasma5-pk-updates locale

Luigi Baldoni
> From: "Carlos E. R." <[hidden email]>

> >> Unless it is an application created and hosted by openSUSE, it
> >> would be upstream. I assume it is a KDE program, so it would be
> >> translated by the upstream KDE people (somewhere.kde.org).
> >
> > Thanks, I found the correct community to ask.
>
> Good :-)
>
> Although I'm confused by this particular application, I don't know for
> sure if it is an upstream one or specific to openSUSE.

Oh no, it's from upstream and kdeit hasn't translated it.
I was irked by the fact that a front-facing app shipped with Leap isn't
localised.

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Re: plasma5-pk-updates locale

Karl Ove Hufthammer
Luigi Baldoni skreiv 15. mai 2016 14:18:

>>>> Unless it is an application created and hosted by openSUSE, it
>>>> > >>would be upstream. I assume it is a KDE program, so it would be
>>>> > >>translated by the upstream KDE people (somewhere.kde.org).
>>> > >
>>> > >Thanks, I found the correct community to ask.
>> >
>> >Good:-)
>> >
>> >Although I'm confused by this particular application, I don't know for
>> >sure if it is an upstream one or specific to openSUSE.
> Oh no, it's from upstream and kdeit hasn't translated it.
> I was irked by the fact that a front-facing app shipped with Leap isn't
> localised.

Note that it is a very good reason the application hasn’t been
translated into many languages in KDE. It’s still in the ‘playground’
area of KDE. This is the place for (pre-)alpha and experimental stuff,
and contains all sorts of software that are unmaintained, hasn’t been
updated for many years and (commonly) doesn’t even compile. Most
translators won’t ever touch stuff in the ‘playground’ area (why waste
one’s time on stuff that will never be released?).

For actively maintained software, one would want to move out of
‘playground’, to one of the main modules or to one of the ‘extragear’
modules (depending on whether one wants to be released among with other
KDE applications (and respect their release schedule, including any
string freezes), or have one’s own release schedule). Before moving the
these modules, one will be in the ‘kdereview’ for a period of time. Only
if the software has adequate quality (this includes stuff like the
software being translatable), will one be allowed to move to one of the
official modules (main modules or ‘extragear’).

Currently, plasma-pk-updates still hasn’t reached the ‘kdereview’ stage
(I don’t know if the maintainer has tried to get it to this stage), and
will by most translators be considered ‘pre-alpha’ experimental stuff
that they *should* ignore. Whenever it reaches ‘kdereview’, more
translation teams will start to take a look at it (especially for
languages where ~all of the other official KDE software is already
translated), and when it moves out of ‘kdereview’, *many* more
translation teams will start to translate it.


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