[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #2290: Progress stats for the top 100 plugins and themes

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#2290: Progress stats for the top 100 plugins and themes
 Reporter:  petya                     |       Owner:  dd32
     Type:  enhancement               |      Status:  accepted
 Priority:  normal                    |   Milestone:
Component:  Translate Site & Plugins  |  Resolution:
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Comment (by casiepa):

 > I guess adding Stable / Dev / Readme (Stable+Dev) as separate columns
 could be useful, personally I don't like the idea though as it makes it
 much harder to glance over.
 We have discussed this over the years with several translators in
 #polyglots . The reason for the creation of http://wp-info.org/plugin-
 top120/ was because a lot of locales want to be ready with translation
 before the plugin gets into global roll out. If translations are not done
 before, non_US users get plugins that are only half in their own language.
 Readme is for most of the languages not translated at all and kept in
 English as this is mainly useful for the admin that installs the plugin on
 a site. So if that column is hidden at first, that's not an issue.

 > It also doesn't help that many plugins no longer make use of the
 Development option, as they've moved away from using plugins.svn as the
 primary development location.
 We have contacted some of the main players there. Some of them have
 already opened the dev section where they put at least some time before
 all strings so we can start translating, others have it on their todo
 list. In the top120, about 5% are not localized, but most of the others
 have both stable and dev.

 So, having dev strings there seems to me the first thing to tackle. All
 other things like toggles and more info can indeed be seen in the next
 round for sure.

 But thanks again for this great addition to translate.wordpress.org . You
 are now at the top of the polyglots list of most admired persons :-)

Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2290#comment:16>
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