This bug was fixed in the package gnome-sudoku - 1:3.27.3-1build2
gnome-sudoku (1:3.27.3-1build2) bionic; urgency=medium
* Yet another no change rebuild after unsetting translations sharing on
launchpad, that should allow the translations to be imported
-- Sebastien Bacher <seb...@ubuntu.com> Thu, 22 Feb 2018 10:25:46
** Changed in: gnome-sudoku (Ubuntu)
Status: Confirmed => Fix Released
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Translations not updated from upstream
Status in gnome-sudoku package in Ubuntu:
The Danish translation of gnome-sudoku lacks many strings as it has
not been synchronized with upstream for years:
Meanwhile gnome-sudoku is and has always been completely translated
upstream. Indeed it has been fully translated for every release of
GNOME ever since it forked out of gnome-games. Take for example
It seems there are rather grave problems with translation imports in
Launchpad. I reported a similar issue recently for util-linux:
Who knows how many other packages are affected, and in what languages.
I think Launchpad translations should be disabled entirely for all
source packages - the translations belong upstream, with the project.
Thanks to scootergrisen for making me aware of this problem.
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