Not very nice!
Posted 09 November 2011 - 03:27 PM
is it not correct to ask the members to translate a extension?
I ask the member dotancohen:
What do you think about joining the team, checking and correcting only 5 different small strings for "Send without save" a Thunderbird extension?
And he wrotes on Mozilla:
The author of this extension uses spam tactics to promote it. In particular, I received an unsolicited PM to my Babelzilla account (used to translate Mozilla extensions) with this content:
"What do you think about joining the team, checking and correcting only 5 different small strings for "Send without save" a Thunderbird extension?
I think he is on the false place, or what do you think?
Posted 09 November 2011 - 04:49 PM
In all fairness to the person you asked, however, it doesn't look like dotancohen is a very active translator so not being used to this isn't that far fetched. I generally would recommend asking translators with more locales completed first, not that there's really anything wrong with asking anyone who is registered to do so. That being said, asking around here does not qualify as a "spam tactic" unless you're asking a dozen people at once about the same locale.
Posted 04 December 2011 - 06:26 PM
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Posted 06 December 2011 - 02:16 AM
I don`t think there is anything wrong with asking via PM since sometimes we need get busy away from babelzilla and these PM`s bring us back, if one does not like the message just give it a delete.
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