Translations: translation file with fuzzy header

Bug #413239 reported by Milo Casagrande on 2009-08-13
This bug affects 1 person
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Ubuntu Translations
Alexandru Szasz
avahi (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

When scanning the import queue in Launchpad Rosetta for issues that need manual intervention, I found the following issue with the avahi package, which prevents a smooth import into Launchpad Rosetta and causes the Ubuntu Translation Coordinators to manually adjust or remove .po files.

There is one file in the queue that has a fuzzy header. The file is supposed to be for the en_NZ locale, but in the header it is written "British English". I am attaching here a corrected file, please consider the idea of using this file for the next import or to remove the file (it has only 2 strings translated).

For general guidelines how to ensure smooth imports into Launchpad Rosetta, please see:

Milo Casagrande (milo) wrote :
Adi Roiban (adiroiban) on 2009-11-08
Changed in ubuntu-translations:
status: New → Confirmed
importance: Undecided → Low
Adi Roiban (adiroiban) wrote :

We should send this file upstream.

The upstream avahi translation is in Fedora Transifex.

The file is empty.

Maybe is better to delete if from upstream.

I have assigned this bug to a Fedora Translator. Maybe he can help us with this problem.

tags: added: import
Changed in ubuntu-translations:
assignee: nobody → Alexandru Szasz (alexxed)

en_NZ is just a symlink to en_GB, which I updated in December.

Is this still an issue? Please re-confirm if it is.

Changed in ubuntu-translations:
status: Confirmed → Incomplete
Changed in avahi (Ubuntu):
status: New → Incomplete
Milo Casagrande (milo) wrote :

Marking both as Invalid, since I don't see anymore that PO file.


Changed in ubuntu-translations:
status: Incomplete → Invalid
Changed in avahi (Ubuntu):
status: Incomplete → Invalid
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