On 03/15/2011 06:38 PM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Martin Nordholts wrote:
>>> Speaking of which, I'd love to know what on Earth the reasoning behind
>>> putting https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=556884 off the
>>> milestones is supposed to mean. The prerequisite is in place, making
>>> the messages translatable is very little work. So why are we going to
>>> ship 2.8 with the horrible mix of English/localized UI once again?
>> There are thousands of other small things we could spend time on rather
>> than working on the highest prioritized features dictated by our
>> roadmap. But if we do, it might very well go another 9 years without
>> any support for high bit depths in GIMP.
> It looks like you didn't even bother looking at the bug report in question.
> Right now all it takes is green lights for someone (e.g. me) to enable
> the messages for translation and then let translators do their work.
> With all respect due, what 9 years are you talking about?

I did look at it, and I saw that mitch said there was a problem, then 
you said there wasn't a problem, and now developer needs to verify that 
there maybe isn't a problem. It is harder to ignore small things like 
this, but they add up, and as I said: we need to stop working on what is 
not important and not be trapped in working on things like this.

I was referring to the age of "Bug 74224 - Add support for 16 bits per 

  / Martin


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