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From Nilgün Belma Bugüner <>
Subject Re: To: Documentation Project Officer/Manager
Date Wed, 07 May 2008 13:37:35 GMT
Çarşamba 07 May 2008 16:32 sularında, Tony Stevenson şunları yazmıştı: 
> Nilgün Belma Bugüner wrote:
> > Salı 06 May 2008 17:03 sularında, André Malo şunları yazmıştı: 
> >> You are not ignored. As far as I know every translation you submitted here 
> >> was committed so far. If something was ignored it was by accident and not 
> >> on purpose (people simply miss stuff, because they're not reading the list 
> >> each and every day). The solution is simple: Just resend it and nag about 
> >> it (but using a moderate tone is pretty helpful).
> >> People will react as soon as they have some time to spare for it.
> >>
> > OK.
> > This is not a high traffic list. It will take no time even if you read 
> > the entire communication within the last month (except for some recent 
> > messages irrelevant to the list). I try to keep my messages short.
> You're right it is not a high volume traffic list. However we all still 
> have other things to do, I for one don't read all the lists I am 
> subscribed to every day.  I may wait a day or so, especially for the 
> higher volume lists.
> > 
> > Being at it, please commit the attached files. These were missing in the 
> > packages committed by Tony Stevenson the last time.
> > 
> As I asked you last time, can you please submit patch files NOT complete 
> xml files.  This way it allows all readers of the list to quickly and 
> easily see the differences in the files, even if these are new files. 
> People can then comment on the patch if the change warrants such a 
> discussion.
> Now we have to manually diff the files, produce a patch, apply the 
> patch, and then commit it.
> Not all patches are committed immediately.  We will often leave larger 
> changes on list for a day or two to see if anyone raises any objections 
> before committing them.
> Please resend as an SVN patch, that can be easily used by other readers 
> of the list. Once I see this I will be happy to apply and commit your 
> changes.
> I apologise for missing this last time around, however I was trying to 
> get you to submit patches, and I guess this got missed in the mix.
Please, you will not ask me create patches with svn diff for files 
that do not exist in the repository.

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