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Wikimania012:45, 1 August 2014
Gerundios en resúmenes de edición019:39, 3 June 2014
Please Do Not Use Title Case in Spanish Translations118:30, 13 February 2013

Hello! As you'll be at Wikimania, I hope you'll join staff at the hackathon and sign up at m:wm2014:Hackathon#i18n.2FL10n! :-)

Nemo (talk)12:45, 1 August 2014

Gerundios en resúmenes de edición

Los gerundios en español indican acciones que están en progreso, lo que no es el caso cuando un bot realiza una modificación: lo correcto sería no usar el tiempo verbal pasado, o ninguno, en los resúmenes de edición.

Traducir los gerundios del inglés por gerundios del español (Adding ... por Añadiendo ...) es un error histórico de las traducciones de Pywikibot, súper común y muy extendido (porque en inglés el gerundio tiene más usos). Estoy tratando de corregirlo, a la vez que hago los textos más cortos, pero aún no termino. Te ruego paciencia. Saludos.

Fito (talk)19:39, 3 June 2014

Please Do Not Use Title Case in Spanish Translations

Please, please, please, avoid Title Case when translating strings originally written in it. It looks wrong in Spanish, a language that only uses Sentence case. For more tips, please have a look at this guide, which comprises the best l10n practices from GNOME, Sun and other projects.

Fitoschido (talk)15:25, 13 February 2013

I shall. Thank you.

— mantis [religiosa] —18:30, 13 February 2013