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You have been banned016:30, 6 April 2013
Ваши переводы216:43, 5 April 2013

You have been banned

Hi. We assumed good faith, and you chose to violate that. You have now been banned. You expressed quite clearly that your intent was not to contribute to Russian translations for free and open source software. That's too bad.

Siebrand16:30, 6 April 2013

Ваши переводы

Пожалуйста, не используйте данный проект как инструмент для того, чтобы взять и поменять во многих проектах локализацию. Вы правите устоявшиеся сообщения, причём зачастую снабжая не прямым английским переводом, а каким-то своим ("Панель управления" в качестве перевода "Data and tools"). Прекратите, пожалуйста, совершать такие изменения.

Ole Yves (talk)07:39, 5 April 2013

Присоединяюсь. Имеет смысл сначала поискать или спросить, когда и почему было переведено именно так, а не иначе.

Kaganer (talk)13:10, 5 April 2013

AlexSm, putnik, Ole Yves... all requested to remove your rights and/or reverted your translations, so out of caution I removed your translator flag. Changes to established and highly visible translations must be discussed on portal talk:ru (with appropriate advertisement of the discussion to Russian-speaking communities); your flag won't be restored unless we have indications that you can work collaboratively. On the other hand, the opposite also holds true: don't rollback changes without seeking some discussion.

Nemo (talk)16:43, 5 April 2013