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|Thank you for your translation of Waymarked Trails!||2||14:20, 13 December 2012|
Thank you very much for your translation of Waymarked Trails! Your translation have long since been deployed, and you can see it in action on hiking.lonvia.de. The only unstranslated object that we know about is the update date formatting. It is relying on django, and if you'd like to have that part localised as well you can take a look at the formats.py of other locales for django and submit a pull request to the django project. I can assist you if you like.
It was long ago since I last visited the project. I am very pleased to find your message in my box. As I was translating in "blind" mode, now I can see some discrepancies. I will fix them asap.
I feel that my efforts are not completely useless, this seems to be very encouraging for me. Thanks a lot
The buryad dates are year-month-day sequence. a month should be in Genitive in this sequence. 2012 оной 1 һарын 21 - January 21, 2012 1939 оной 9 һарын 1 - September 1, 1939 Two words оной and һарын are compulsory. Numbers are subjects of change according to the actual date.
Best regards, Jargal