proofread, but the old one is still appearing on my home wiki

    proofread, but the old one is still appearing on my home wiki

    I read FAQ and it said that after changes are committed/proofread, they usually appear on my home wiki within 24 hours. Well, one man changed MediaWiki:Uctop/th 4 days ago. I proofread it and deleted that message in my home wiki (w:th:MediaWiki:Uctop) in that day as well. But now that message haven't come yet. What happened?

    By the way, I have other questions too.

    1. I noticed that some messages can be proofread for multiple times. Is this the reason that caused message didn't come to my home wiki (because it needed more reviews)?
    2. Is there a way to find if particular message has been proofread?

    Thank you :)

    Nullzero (talk)10:08, 17 May 2013

    Proofreading doesn't affect export at all. In fact, I see the translation was exported[1]; LocalisationUpdate was also completed, but the message was not updated and tog-enotifrevealaddr wasn't either and new translations didn't arrive. Looks definitely a bug.

    Nemo (talk)14:35, 17 May 2013

    I'm appreciative for the answer. If that is a bug, could you report that? I don't know much about translatewiki system. Also, please provide me URL of the bug report so that I can watch changes. Thank you again :)

    Nullzero (talk)14:47, 17 May 2013

    Brad Jorsch/Anomie is working on it, should be fixed completely today.

    Nemo (talk)06:01, 20 May 2013

    Now that message has arrived to Thai Wikipedia. Thanks a lot :))

    By the way, I found something strange, for example, "1movedto2" is missing in mediawiki/core.git / languages / messages / MessagesTh.php despite the existence of MediaWiki:1movedto2/th. I found that it has the last updating in this commit. This is very strange and I don't know if there are another messages which have problem like this.

    Nullzero (talk)08:10, 21 May 2013

    That's unrelated: the message is not translatable[1], while MediaWiki:Prot 1movedto2/th is. To ask more on this please open a new thread (or revive an old one: I think some exist).

    Nemo (talk)14:34, 21 May 2013

    Got it now. Thank you for everything :D (you can close this thread as you want)

    Nullzero (talk)15:13, 21 May 2013