--- Comment #1 from Philippe Verdy <> ---
Why this is important to correct:

I fear that lots of pages that were fully translated a long time ago, will
continue to be read by users as being 100% complete. Most users won't see that
the page needs some updated or is fuzzy, so they won't even look at the
translation source.

They will also not participate to recomplete the translations as they should.
And notably not the newer visitors that have still not monitored the page.

Even the users that have participated to the translation of several pages in
the past, won't be notified that the page needs some work to be updated (for
examle when the page contains new untranslated items created when the source
page is marked for translation.

I suspect that statistics of translations (for example on Meta) do not reflect
the reality and are too much optimistic, for all pages that have been marked
with a newer revision.

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