hmm. I've been working on a Swedish translation since a few weeks back
and I just tried my translation against trunk and it was committed
nicely. (POT date the same) . When I now committed it to 0.91 
it seems like POT date was out of sync.
### How do I set up a proper workflow to not end up in this situation?
With Git I would have just kept the different branches as they are and
created a translation branch (like a hotfix branch in the git-flow
mindset) that I could merge into the others when I felt it was ready,
but I have no idea how to do this with Bazaar.
### Revert current revision (0.91 branch, revision 13646, )
As my experience with Bazaar is limited I don't want to revert, which
can go terrible wrong. Anyone else that knows how-to can just remove
revision 13646 from 0.91 and I will make a new commit on Wednesday.