helix84 according to your latest experience with Transifex, do you think this method is more practical to Inkscape's need?
I personally think Transifex has several disadvantages but in general this system is relatively good
Any experience with translator permissions?
I have no idea about the
Yaron Shahrabani - CTO
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On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 8:51 PM, helix84 <helix84@...218....> wrote:
On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 13:14, Leandro Regueiro
<leandro.regueiro@...5...> wrote:
>> Does anybody know how to stop Canonical apart from shouting at them really loud?
> They will continue to putting Inkscape there since they do the same
> for all the software that they include in their distros. Perhaps you
> could try to ask them...

It's understandable that they need a copy of our .po files in their
system. The only way to stop the possibility of translating Inkscape
in LP is to ask them to set translation policy to "restricted" (and we
won't give anyone the right to translate it).


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