What about a Russian translation?
- Unless I'm mistaken the only update to the Russian translation file since JAMWiki 1.0 was released was on March 12, and I committed that to trunk for inclusion with JAMWiki 1.1 since the message keys that were updated were new ones for the next release (the diff shows that the "View Source" keys were changed), and I've credited you in the 1.1 CHANGELOG.
- Were there updates for the 1.0.x series that I should have pushed? If so I apologize and I'll make sure that 1.0.3 includes the updated Russian translations. -- Ryan • (comments) • 09-Apr-2011 09:05 PDT
- I translate texts in the interface Translations. How do I know which version is the key? In any case, I just thought that you had not noticed my changes. This has happened before. And I just wanted to remind you.--shar 09-Apr-2011 21:20 PDT
- jamwiki.org is typically running trunk code, so usually when I pull any updates from here into Subversion I scan it manually to see if message key updates are for new code or existing code and commit to the appropriate branch based on that. In the future I'll make sure to leave a message on your talk page after I commit your changes to avoid any confusion. Also, thank you for keeping that translation file so up-to-date - Russian and German are by far JAMWiki's two most complete translations. -- Ryan • (comments) • 09-Apr-2011 23:15 PDT