Thanks so much for this feedback (and for your, Marco’s and the rest of the teams work for making this possible in the first place)!
I will of course, follow upon the point, but I suspect that this is due to the fact that Bhante’s new guides were added after the localization was completed. It was known that there would be some ‘jagged edges’ in respect to this point and that we would need further translation work done to cover the updates, but it was felt that it would be a very good first step to get the main localization live with the SC 2019 update.
At this point, with the Pootle/Bilara situation, I’m not actually sure if the new guides are even on Pootle to begin work on that if you wanted… @sujato?
Of course, I have no clue about these things, but my suspicion is that it’s a glitch rather than a missing bit of translation, as I don’t believe this page has changed at all since you did the translation.
Added: Yes, I’ve just checked on Pootle and the translation is certainly there, so we’ll (that is the devas) will have to figure out what’s up!
This is an issue with the process of updating texts. When any change, even a trivial correction, is made to the source file, it generates a new hash to identify that segment, hence the old translations don’t work. There should be a more elegant way of handling this, but meanwhile, Blake is aware of it and will fix it.
Site localization seems to work great! Thanks so much for doing this!
I can even find back the one sutta in Vulcan, Klingon, Saarlaendisch, Aurebesh and Sindarin!
So do you need the whole site UI translated in these languages too
Hi Aminah, any update on how to resolve this issue?
I see some segments are still not showing up in Portuguese at the page below when I switch to that language.
The only reason I ask is that I will be more than glad to provide Portuguese translation for the missing segments if that is needed.
This would be great, but once again, we need to wait for bilara. The more work we do on Pootle, the more we take Blake’s time away from finishing bilara. I understand it is frustrating, it is very much so for us, too, but we are working as best we can. The reality is that we built on a platform (pootle) that collapsed underneath us.