This is an automatic notification from status generation scripts on:
https://l10n.gnome.org.

There have been following string additions to module 'gnome-keyring.master':

+ "An application wants access to the certificate “%s”, but it is locked"
    + "An application wants access to the certificate/key storage “%s”, but it 
is locked"
    + "An application wants access to the keyring “%s”, but it is locked"
    + "An application wants access to the private key “%s”, but it is locked"
    + "An application wants access to the public key “%s”, but it is locked"
    + "An application wants access to “%s”, but it is locked"
    + "An application wants to change the password for the “%s” keyring. Choose 
the new password you want to use for it."
    + "An application wants to change the password for the “%s” keyring. Enter 
the old password for it."
    + "An application wants to create a new keyring called “%s”. Choose the 
password you want to use for it."
    + "Automatically unlock this certificate whenever I’m logged in"
    + "Automatically unlock this key whenever I’m logged in"
    + "Automatically unlock this keyring whenever I’m logged in"
    + "Automatically unlock whenever I’m logged in"
    + "Choose a new password for the “%s” keyring"
    + "Couldn’t parse public SSH key"
    + "Enter the old password for the “%s” keyring"
    + "In order to prepare “%s” for storage of certificates or keys, a password 
is required"
    + "To change the password for “%s”, the original password is required"
    + "Type a new password for “%s”"

Note that this doesn't directly indicate a string freeze break, but it
might be worth investigating.
http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-keyring/log/?h=master
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