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$pageTitle = "Eclipse Babel Project Development Meeting: 07/28/2008";
$pageKeywords = "babel,eclipse,translation,i18n,l10n,internationalization,localization,globalization";
$pageAuthor = "Kit Lo";
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<h2>Attendees:</h2>
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<li>Kit</li>
<li>John</li>
<li>Matt</li>
<li>Karl</li>
<li>Denis</li>
<li>Gabe</li>
<li>Margaret</li>
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<h2>Minutes:</h2>
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<li>Kit: I have a design question related to "possibly incorrect translations" (bug 230949).</li>
<li>Changed English strings, for example, words being capitalized or changed to plural, will cause translations to be "possibly incorrect".</li>
<li>If the translation actually needs to be changed, then it's easy. Translator will update the translation and save.</li>
<li>However, if translation does not need to be changed (for example, double-byte languages do not have plural numbers, translation does not need to be changed), do we need a "confirm" button?</li>
<li>If anyone has any idea about the design of the UI, please let Kit know.</li>
<li>Kit: I discovered some Simplified Chinese translations in the Traditional Chinese folder by one user.</li>
<li>Not sure if it was just a mistake or not.</li>
<li>Sent an e-mail to the user to confirm about 2 weeks ago, but did not receive any response.</li>
<li>Don't want to ban the user because it could be just a careless mistake.</li>
<li>Denis: Bugzilla has a function to temporarily suspend an ID with a note.</li>
<li>We could add a note and ask the user to contact us.</li>
<li>Kit: That sounds like a good function. I will collect more info and work with Denis off-line on that.</li>
<li>Gabe: We probably should implement a filter to show all translations from a user.</li>
<li>Kit: That's a useful function for language champions. Let's open a bug for that.</li>
<li>Status of "critical bugs for Ganymede": (no change)</li>
<ul>
<li><del>235132 - translations in some language packs do not show up because of extra folder name in language packs</del> - dup of 221675</li>
<li><del>217183 - Generate translated plug-ins for multiple project versions</del> - resolved</li>
<li><del>222660 - Problem with opening plugin.xml editor</del> - resolved</li>
<li><del>235022 - Unhandled event loop exception - Dependency Tab</del> - dup of 222660</li>
<li><del>235553 - Corrupted package path (OpenTypeDialog)</del> - resolved</li>
<li>235607 - Missing contribution in update-site for EMF Compare - Kit did the investigation, Denis will take a look</li>
<li><del>237275 - Update map files for Eclipse 3.4</del> - resolved</li>
<li>238587 - generate proper host-fragment tolerance range for language fragments - Kit will take a look</li>
</ul>
<li>Status of translation contributions":</li>
<ul>
<li>Actuate's BIRT 2.3 Translation for 6 languages - passed IP, imports reviewed by Denis, Kit, Doshiro-san. JWG did not respond to review request yet. We think these translations should be in good quality. We will go ahead and release them to the server.</li>
<li>JWG's contributions - waiting for NEC to sign the Eclipse Employer Consent form.</li>
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