On 6/12/06, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> It appears that you were looking at HEAD, not 2.14. And all
> are different. For instance, GNOME 2.14 is 99,86% translated into
Ah, yes, I figured comparisons from their HEAD to our HEAD would be most
meaningful, although I'm sure it could be argued differently...
Translation of GNOME into Russian happens this way: closer to release
we start bugging translators with requests for updates. As for 2.14,
we also announced local gnome-cyr(illic) Love Day and managed to get
even more new and updated translations. There is no such day for
Overall, translation process looks close, if not equal: some
translators use SVN on daily basis and send updates periodically, some
use releases only and therefore do updates after strings freeze.
Since Inkscape's strings freeze is already announced for 2 weeks or
so, comparison should rather be made to GNOME 2.14 than to HEAD ;)