No, it´s not that. I finished Srikeit Appeal and the same happens.
It didn´t happen when I did MikeC where the difference was that there were
other translations done. So being mine the first translations means that
maybe I should know something that I don´t, maybe, about how to make them
appear on the English version... Or maybe that´s a job from your side.
Anyway, the translations are there. Cheers.
On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 6:47 PM, Azucena Ramos <azucena.ramos(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
I have completed Ravan Appeal into Spanish but for some reason it does not
appear on the English version. However, when I try to translate it again
and do the Fetch it brings all the Spanish translation I have already done.
So it is there.
Might the reason be that I did not set the In Progress flag at the
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> Hey translators,
> So to try and avoid spamming translators too much over the next couple of
> weeks I thought it might make sense to post batchs of translation requests
> here rather than sending notification after notification (I am sure your
> all getting sick of me) through the notification tool. This way ill use
> tool to focus on the gaps that are left.
> Last year we ran appeals from around 14 editors. This year we reckon we
> looking to use 30-40 editor appeals over the course of the fundraiser.
> looking hopeful that our reliance on jimmy will be even lower following
> some break throughs this year.
> The idea is that almost every week there will be a new batch of editors
> appeals to prepare. It would be fantastic to be able to run these appeals
> in as many languages as is possible. These arn't super urgent, but the
> of these we can get the better:
> Many Thanks
> Joseph Seddon
> Fundraiser Translation Coordinator
> Wikimedia Foundation