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Hi,

sorry for the late answer but I was in holiday. I have updated the messages. They should be in TranslateWiki soon.

Jan Luca18:36, 5 May 2011

Thank you!

That solves several problems.

  • Commonshelper2-error diff exists is gramatically incorrect. It can be either of:
    • A different target file exists on the target wiki under the same name!
    • Different target files exist s  on the target wiki under the same name!
  • Even if the word "link" is now better described, I see no big difference. Knowing that the word is linked to a specific or arbitrary page from a list does not help when the purpose or the meaning of these pages remains as unclear as it is. I was unable to create (a) translation(s) of them because I would not know what to put into them. Also, that is not going to make "link" a useful link anchor. Maybe, I was not clear with my wording. "Link" is not the subject matter of the pages linked to. As it appears, we have about 4 mesages having a link "link" to pages. The link anchor should not be generic ("link") but should rather tell, what is linked to, such as "template list", or "metatdata", etc..
Purodha Blissenbach23:56, 8 May 2011
Jan Luca12:13, 9 May 2011

Thank you. I've updated the translations that I could identify having choosen the wrong possible meaning of Commonshelper2-error diff exists .

I still do not understand the "metadata/link" stuff. When I follow the link, does the target page inform us about a link to metadata?

  • No metadata found about the source wiki! $1Link to metadata$2

Is not rather meant:

  • No $1metadata$2 has been found about the source wiki!

Would not

  • Metadata: No good templates found! $1Link to metadata$2

better be:

  • No good templates were found in the wikis $1metadata$2!

?

And

  • Metadata: Bad template found! $1Link to metadata$2

may actually mean:

  • A bad template was found in the $1metadata$2 of the wiki!

?

Or am I mistaken, and the two metadatas are different, or are these messages indeed about correct linking and not about bad/missing metadata?

Thank you for you patience with me.

Purodha Blissenbach12:18, 10 May 2011

I changed it to "$1Please add/update the metadata for the project$2" because I want that the user of the tool look at the metadata so they are up-to-date.

Jan Luca14:46, 11 May 2011

Okay, thank you. That look workable translatingwise.

Purodha Blissenbach18:17, 13 May 2011