On 2019-05-08 11:11 a.m., Frank Lanitz wrote:
I'm afraid this part of source is not very well maintained during the
last years. We got a huge number of contributors for translations --
huge thanks! It's always amazing -- but keeping THANKS and about.c
up2date was harder than we originally thought, when we introduced this.
Well -- I'm open for ideas to change it.
The list could be updated by using the Git log, for example:
git log --pretty=format:"%an" *.po | sort -u
It might take some massaging to eliminate the same person using
different names/spellings or nick names, but it probably wouldn't be
that hard (the list is fairly short).
The procedure to get one's self listed in the About dialog could simply
be that you provide Git patches with your real, full name, or whoever
commits the changes uses the --author option to add the name when doing
Just an idea.
Am 28.04.19 um 18:05 schrieb scootergrisen:
My name is not on the translator list in about
So sad for me :(...
Anyway i suggest adding info about this on
so translations can know
what to do.
Or do as many other software does like GNOME only show the translators
of the language being using.
And then in the po files have:
Here I would add something like: »This translated version was done with
-- and not only -- help of ...«
#. some text telling translators what to do like
one translator name per
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