Slight issue relating to a Common Voice string

Hi,

I've just detected a slight issue relating to following Common Voice 
string on Pontoon:

faq-why-my-lang-a

It has following English text:

"Mozilla doesn’t pick or favor any one language over another. Instead, 
Common Voice is a purely community-driven initiative, but it takes 
<multilangLink>several steps to add a new language</multilangLink> and 
begin collecting voice donations. First, the Common Voice website needs 
to be translated so community members can access the contributor 
experience in their own language. Next, we need a large collection of 
copyright-free sentences for people to read outloud. Once both of those 
requirements are satisfied a language is “launched” on Common Voice for 
people to start recording their voice and validating others donations. 
If you want to help launch a new language, head over to our 
<sentenceCollectorLink>sentence collection tool</sentenceCollectorLink> 
to get started."

It seems that the last sentence

"If you want to help launch a new language, head over to our 
<sentenceCollectorLink>sentence collection tool</sentenceCollectorLink> 
to get started.""

was added later on but was not marked as fuzzy. It is missing in the 
translations.


Regards,

Michael
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Michael
3/7/2019 1:42:14 PM
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Thank you Michael for raising the flag on this string. The ID should 
have been changed with the updated content. With the same ID, the 
machinery status shows 1+1 indicating the change. However, the 
completion of this project still shows 100%. One would have not caught 
it just by looking at the status.

I remember this issue being raised to Gregor. I am not sure if it was 
this string or a different string, but we need to change the string ID 
when there is an update.


On 3/7/19 5:42 AM, Michael Wolf wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've just detected a slight issue relating to following Common Voice 
> string on Pontoon:
>
> faq-why-my-lang-a
>
> It has following English text:
>
> "Mozilla doesn’t pick or favor any one language over another. Instead, 
> Common Voice is a purely community-driven initiative, but it takes 
> <multilangLink>several steps to add a new language</multilangLink> and 
> begin collecting voice donations. First, the Common Voice website 
> needs to be translated so community members can access the contributor 
> experience in their own language. Next, we need a large collection of 
> copyright-free sentences for people to read outloud. Once both of 
> those requirements are satisfied a language is “launched” on Common 
> Voice for people to start recording their voice and validating others 
> donations. If you want to help launch a new language, head over to our 
> <sentenceCollectorLink>sentence collection 
> tool</sentenceCollectorLink> to get started."
>
> It seems that the last sentence
>
> "If you want to help launch a new language, head over to our 
> <sentenceCollectorLink>sentence collection 
> tool</sentenceCollectorLink> to get started.""
>
> was added later on but was not marked as fuzzy. It is missing in the 
> translations.
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Michael
> _______________________________________________
> dev-l10n-web mailing list
> dev-l10n-web@lists.mozilla.org
> https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/dev-l10n-web

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pmo
3/8/2019 5:04:59 AM
I have filed an issue: https://github.com/mozilla/voice-web/issues/1886.


On 3/7/19 9:04 PM, pmo wrote:
> Thank you Michael for raising the flag on this string. The ID should 
> have been changed with the updated content. With the same ID, the 
> machinery status shows 1+1 indicating the change. However, the 
> completion of this project still shows 100%. One would have not caught 
> it just by looking at the status.
>
> I remember this issue being raised to Gregor. I am not sure if it was 
> this string or a different string, but we need to change the string ID 
> when there is an update.
>
>
> On 3/7/19 5:42 AM, Michael Wolf wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I've just detected a slight issue relating to following Common Voice 
>> string on Pontoon:
>>
>> faq-why-my-lang-a
>>
>> It has following English text:
>>
>> "Mozilla doesn’t pick or favor any one language over another. 
>> Instead, Common Voice is a purely community-driven initiative, but it 
>> takes <multilangLink>several steps to add a new 
>> language</multilangLink> and begin collecting voice donations. First, 
>> the Common Voice website needs to be translated so community members 
>> can access the contributor experience in their own language. Next, we 
>> need a large collection of copyright-free sentences for people to 
>> read outloud. Once both of those requirements are satisfied a 
>> language is “launched” on Common Voice for people to start recording 
>> their voice and validating others donations. If you want to help 
>> launch a new language, head over to our 
>> <sentenceCollectorLink>sentence collection 
>> tool</sentenceCollectorLink> to get started."
>>
>> It seems that the last sentence
>>
>> "If you want to help launch a new language, head over to our 
>> <sentenceCollectorLink>sentence collection 
>> tool</sentenceCollectorLink> to get started.""
>>
>> was added later on but was not marked as fuzzy. It is missing in the 
>> translations.
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Michael
>> _______________________________________________
>> dev-l10n-web mailing list
>> dev-l10n-web@lists.mozilla.org
>> https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/dev-l10n-web
>

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pmo
3/8/2019 5:10:27 AM
pmo schrieb:
> I have filed an issue: https://github.com/mozilla/voice-web/issues/1886.
> 
> 
> On 3/7/19 9:04 PM, pmo wrote:
>> Thank you Michael for raising the flag on this string. The ID should 
>> have been changed with the updated content. With the same ID, the 
>> machinery status shows 1+1 indicating the change. However, the 
>> completion of this project still shows 100%. One would have not caught 
>> it just by looking at the status.
>>
>> I remember this issue being raised to Gregor. I am not sure if it was 
>> this string or a different string, but we need to change the string ID 
>> when there is an update.

Hi pmo,

thank you for your replies and filing the bug report.


Regards,

Michael
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Michael
3/8/2019 1:36:11 PM
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