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Hi Pekka,

No, download of fresh translation file is not automated yet. Supposedly Rosetta should allow it, but the link does not seem to work - I've been updating translations about twice a day in the repository. I'll look into it and see how it can be fixed.

You can either use download link above or get an update (I recommend readonly - for your personal project - to protect private things from accidental commit to the public repo) from github by first cloning, then fetching an update and then merging. Are you familiar with git?

In fact - could you create an account on github so that I could add you to the list of committers?

Hi Pekka,

No, download of fresh translation file is not automated yet. Supposedly Rosetta should allow it, but the link does not seem to work - I've been updating translations about twice a day in the repository. I'll look into it and see how it can be fixed.

You can either use download link above or get an update (I recommend readonly - for your personal project - to protect private things from accidental commit to the public repo) from github by first cloning, then fetching an update and then merging. Are you familiar with git?

In fact - could you create an account on github so that I could add you to the list of committers?

Evgeny.

Hi Pekka,

No, download of fresh translation file is not automated yet. Supposedly Rosetta should allow it, but the link does not seem to work - I've been updating translations about twice a day in the repository. I'll look into it and see how it can be fixed.

You can either use download link above or get an update (I recommend readonly - for your personal project - to protect private things from accidental commit to the public repo) from github by first cloning, then fetching an update and then merging. Are you familiar with git?

In fact - could you create an account on github so that I could add you to the list of committers?

Edit - you can also check on github when the locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/django.po file was last backed up. Evgeny.

Hi Pekka,

No, download of fresh translation file is not automated yet. Supposedly Rosetta should allow it, but the link does not seem to work - I've been updating translations about twice a day in the repository. I'll look into it and see how it can be fixed.

You can either use download link above or get an update (I recommend readonly - for your personal project - to protect private things from accidental commit to the public repo) from github by first cloning, then fetching an update and then merging. Are you familiar with git?

In fact - could you create an account on github so that I could add you to the list of committers?

Edit - you can also check on github when the locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/django.po file was last backed up. up.

Evgeny.

Hi Pekka,

No, download of fresh translation file is not automated yet. Supposedly Rosetta should allow it, but the link does not seem to work - I've been updating translations about twice a day in the repository. I'll look into it and see how it can be fixed.

You can either use download link above or get an update (I recommend readonly - for your personal project - to protect private things from accidental commit to the public repo) from github by first cloning, then fetching an update and then merging. Are you familiar with git?

In fact - could you create an account on github so that I could add you to the list of committers?

Edit - you can also check on github when the locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/django.po file was last backed up.up. You're at 64% now! Gotta catch up on my Russian!

Evgeny.

Hi Pekka,

No, download of fresh translation file is not automated yet. Supposedly Rosetta should allow it, but the link does not seem to work - I've been updating translations about twice a day in the repository. I'll look into it and see how it can be fixed.

You can either use download link above or get an update (I recommend readonly - for your personal project - to protect private things from accidental commit to the public repo) from github by first cloning, then fetching an update and then merging. Are you familiar with git?

In fact - could you create an account on github so that I could add you to the list of committers?

Edit - you can also check on github when the locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/django.po file was last backed up. You're at 64% now! Gotta catch up on my Russian!

Evgeny.