Some messages for Pickle should be deleted

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Some messages for Pickle should be deleted

There are several optional and ignored messages for Pickle that should be deleted. More about this on User:Jeblad/Pickle. The messages are listed as optional and ignored in the file mwgithub.yaml. (I am not an admin so I can't delete the messages!)

    Jeblad (talk)13:32, 5 July 2017

    Does anything happen?

      Jeblad (talk)13:10, 6 July 2017

      No need to spam user talks.

        Nemo (talk)13:35, 6 July 2017

        Ok, I can do a hard reset and kill the en.json file.

          Jeblad (talk)13:40, 6 July 2017

          No idea what you mean.

            Nemo (talk)13:44, 6 July 2017

            English messages are deleted, development on other branch until messages are removed at TranslateWiki..

              Jeblad (talk)13:54, 6 July 2017

              This list is not useful, because it doesn't actually list messages to delete, nor why they should be deleted.

              Ignored messages are not exported, so what harm do they make?

              Optional messages: it's pointless to start deleting messages before explaining to translators why they are harmful.

              Also, I see several of these messages don't have useful message documentation to explain what they do or how to translate them (or why they're messages at all): this should have been fixed before introducing such messages, but you have an opportunity now to improve the documentation before any cleanup, to reduce future mistakes.

                Nemo (talk)13:48, 6 July 2017

                "Ignored messages are not exported, so what harm do they make?" not always, see MediaWiki:Comma-separator/zh-hans and MediaWiki:Comma-separator/zh-hant for example, due to both changes of Shizhao (change "、" to ","), many usages of w:zh:Template:頓號分隔各項 are now broken.

                  Liuxinyu970226 (talk)15:35, 9 July 2017