Was joking, but isn't the translation process back-ended with runtime tests to 
ensure that any stray chars etc cause the application to fail?

> On 14/06/2014, at 1:49 pm, "Matt Whitlock" <b...@mattwhitlock.name> wrote:
>> On Saturday, 14 June 2014, at 1:42 pm, Un Ix wrote:
>> How about a prize for anyone who can spot any "malicious" strings within 
>> next hour?
> I think it's more an issue of accidental breakage than any maliciousness. One 
> character in the wrong place in a language bundle somewhere can make the 
> difference between success and runtime failure, and it may not be immediately 
> apparent when running in unaffected locales. This kind of problem isn't 
> likely to result in data loss (or money loss, where money is data, is in 
> Bitcoin), but it could be enough to necessitate scrapping the whole release, 
> which would look bad and prompt users to question the dev team's quality 
> control process.

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