I have considered the fact that teams work togrther in Pootle, so then what is
the point of the user “skyray1” having the ability to accept or reject the
suggestion submitted by “skyray1” himself. It contradicts the idea of teamword
as i can submit 100 suggestions for 100 different words and accept them all and
that doesn’t underline teamwork? However if i was only given the ability to
submit a suggestion and only delete it, rather than accepting or reject it,
then that allows for the possibility of other translators to accept MY
The whole point of MY OWN suggestion is for OTHERS to accept or reject it, i do
not wanna be able to do that for my own suggestions. This does not make sense
especially considering the ideology that Pootle is built team work based.
However, of course if i “skyray1” submit a suggestion and then log off my
account and view that suggestion as a guest, then the accept or reject should
be visible im that case as the system will not be able to see if the guest is
“skyray1” and of course this could be anyone contributing.
I hope you understood my thought process around this and can consider this...
> On 9 Feb 2018, at 10:37, Andrea Pescetti <pesce...@apache.org> wrote:
> Ahmad Alawsie wrote:
>> i make a suggestion, why should the system allow me to accept or reject thay
>> suggesting if i am logged in as user skyray1...?
> Pootle is designed for teams working together. Things that do not make a lot
> of sense when you are the only translator will make sense if you think about
> how a team should work.
> For example, if I want to do some translation fixes I will mark them as
> suggestions to give another team member the possibility to review and approve
> them (even if I could approve them myself). When we both agree the
> suggestions are good, then one of the two (he or me) accepts the suggestions.
> So the interface is just right in this context.
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