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What does "you agree to transparency" mean? It doesn't seem like proper English and should probably be reworded.

McDutchie12:59, 2 August 2011

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For languages which have difficulty in translating transparency, does this alternative wording convey the meaning properly?

By submitting, you agree that your information will be used under these $1.

Lloffiwr15:10, 11 September 2011

Not really. Part of the feedback will be public, hence the use of "transparancy". I haven't ready the $1, though; that might give some extra clues.

Siebrand15:52, 11 September 2011

According to the documentation, $1 is a link with the anchor text "terms", so as far as the translation is concerned, it's simply the word "terms".

I changed my translation to read "By submitting, you agree that your contribution will be used publically under these $1."

McDutchie23:26, 11 September 2011