[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #6790: changed translation strings are not marked as fuzzy

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Tue Feb 21 17:11:40 UTC 2023

#6790: changed translation strings are not marked as fuzzy
 Reporter:  timse201                  |       Owner:  (none)
     Type:  defect (bug)              |      Status:  new
 Priority:  normal                    |   Milestone:
Component:  Translate Site & Plugins  |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  reporter-feedback         |
Changes (by tobifjellner):

 * keywords:   => reporter-feedback
 * priority:  high => normal


 The "Stable" translation branch reflects all strings currently available
 in whichever tagged version of the plugin the /trunk/readme.txt points to
 in the declaration "Stable tag:".
 The "Stable branch" is the one that is used to build language packages,
 and the threshold for generating the first language pack (90% of the
 strings in the project translated and approved) is also calculated against
 the "Stable" branch.

 The "Dev" translation branch contains all strings available under the
 /trunk branch.

 In other words, a plugin developer can add an updated version of their
 plugin under /trunk. They can even add new tagged versions under /tags.
 But as long as the /trunk/readme.txt still points to an earlier version,
 that will be the "Stable version" that new users will be suggested, and
 the language pack will still be based on the "Stable version".

 By pushing a change to /trunk before "releasing it" by updating the
 "Stable tag" declaration, a developer may make strings available for
 translation. When the stable tag later gets updated,
 translate.wordpress.org will synchronize any matching approved
 translations under "Dev" to the new "Stable" project.

 To my understanding, I see no bug here. But I'll leave it to you,
 @timse201 to confirm that and close this ticket.

Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6790#comment:2>
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