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|Could you review a Lithuanian translation I imported?||0||07:44, 27 August 2012|
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Hi. Please read Plural#Plural_syntax_for_projects_using_the_rails-i18n_framework for correct plural syntax. Thanks.
I'm checking that message, because some translations have translated "Notices" by "Messages" or "Posts".
I've used a translation engine to see if they were no other inaccurate translations and the translation in your language seems not to be accurate. I may be wrong if the tool I've used is wrong. Can you check it?
The translation for Lithuanian is correct. The Lithuanian language is not as rich as the English language so a lot of different English words mean the same in Lithuanian.
I noticed your contributions here during the Translation Rally, well done! I wanted to let you know about another contest that Wikimedia Sverige is organizing on Wikidata.org. In this contest the aim is to translate words related to food so that we can create multilingual menus that we will use at a food fare in a week to show the value of Open Data. You can read all about it here. We would really appreciate having the menus in your language. Also, there are some handy instruction videos available if you haven't worked on Wikidata before.
Hi there :) I just want to let you know that your help would be appreciated to finish translations in Lithuanian for MediaWiki's VisualEditor software. The current progress is 35%, and VE will reach lt.wikipedia in a few weeks (Jan 13th). Also, if you feel like you want to walk an extra mile, please check if this language needs further help with the tasks listed at mw:VisualEditor/TranslationCentral#To_do. Thanks, and happy 2014!
Hi, I just imported a translation of Waymarked Trails to Lithuanian by a friend of mine, which included overwriting some of your translations to make the whole translation consistent. Most of the overwriting I've made fuzzy, so it need to be reviewed before it will be used. I also deleted the "Tags" translation because it is OpenStreetMap terminology that you often should not translate.
I'd be very grateful if you could review the translation. It is still not 100 %, but will probably pass 75 % (and thus be included on waymarkedtrails.org) if the fuzzied messages are cleared.
Dear translation rally participant. You recently indicated that you would like to have your cut for the April 2011 Translation Rally transferred to you. You have been send an e-mail today requesting details. In case you may not have received this e-mail, details are available. Cheers!
Hi. Just a quick note to let you know that you quality for a cut in the translation rally, but haven't claimed a cut yet. Please do so on Project:Rally-2011-04 if you'd like to share in the bounty.