[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #6414: Track the review activities of (CL)PTE/GTE better

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#6414: Track the review activities of (CL)PTE/GTE better
 Reporter:  NekoJonez                 |      Owner:  (none)
     Type:  enhancement               |     Status:  new
 Priority:  normal                    |  Milestone:
Component:  Translate Site & Plugins  |   Keywords:
 Today in the polyglots meeting, we talked about:

 In the changes of this ticket, now on translation editor profiles
 (=CLPTE/PTE & GTE's) we get a line where it says "Reviewed x strings on

 But, I have this thought. Apart from looking at the strings themselves,
 there is no real way to see the actions of the translation editor. What I
 mean here is, it's almost like the work of checking & accepting strings is
 never really credited, apart from now showing one line in your profile
 that bundles everything of that day.

 I'm opening this ticket to open a discussion about this thought.

 Is it needed to show if a translation editor accepted strings on their
 Is accepting strings also a form of "contributing"?
 Should it show in different ways if the translation editor changed/added a

 EG: "Contributed string(s) to these projects: " & "Reviewed string(s) to
 these projects: "

 I think that the work our editors do should be more credited then the
 projects where they actually changed/contributed enough strings for it to
 show up on the profile.

 What do you all think?

Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6414>
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