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CLDR Ticket #8105(closed: fixed)

Opened 4 years ago

Last modified 3 months ago

sv: update translation of "Gàidhlig"

Reported by: fredrik Owned by: fredrik
Component: other Data Locale: sv
Phase: rc Review: pedberg
Weeks: Data Xpath: 61d61eb1fac7334c
Xref:

ticket:5194

Description

We have a report that the current Swedish translation of Gàidhlig (höglandsskotska) is outdated. Swedish wikipedia confirms this and refers to it as "formerly": http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skotsk_gäliska

Should be changed to "skotsk gäliska".

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comment:1 Changed 4 years ago by fredrik

Apple ref: rdar://problem/18228809

comment:2 Changed 4 years ago by kent.karlsson14@…

I've tried to fix that one for years (via voting)...

<language type="gd">skotsk gäliska</language>

Consider fixing also other language name translation issues in the sv locale (just voting seems ineffective...):

<language type="aa">afariska</language>
<language type="ain">ainu (Japan)</language>
<language type="an">aragonska</language>
<language type="arc">imperisk arameiska</language>
<language type="bas">basa (Kamerun)</language>
<language type="bem">bemba (Zambia)</language>
<language type="bez">bena (Tanzania)</language>
<language type="bn">bengaliska</language>
<language type="chm">mariska (Ryssland)</language>
<language type="chn">chinook wawa</language>
<language type="chp">dëne súline</language>
<language type="chy">tsėhesenėstsestotse</language>
<language type="doi">dogri-kangri</language>
<language type="dz">dzongkha</language>
<language type="ebu">kiembu</language>
<language type="fan">fang (Ekvatorialguinea)</language>
<language type="ff">fulfulde</language>
<language type="fon">fon</language>
<language type="fur">friuliska</language>
<language type="gba">gbaya (Centralafrikanska republiken)</language>
<language type="gez">geʼez</language>
<language type="gu">gujaratiska</language>
<language type="gwi">gwichʼin</language>
<language type="ha">hausa</language>
<language type="hmn">hmong</language>
<language type="ii">sichuan ji</language>
<language type="ik">iñupiaq</language>
<language type="kam">kamba (Kenya)</language>
<language type="kj">kwanyama</language>
<language type="kpe">kpellé</language>
<language type="kru">kurukhiska</language>
<language type="kv">komi</language>
<language type="ky">kirgiziska</language>
<language type="lez">lezghiska</language>
<language type="lu">luba-Katanga</language>
<language type="lua">luba-Lulua</language>
<language type="luo">luo (Kenya och Tanzania)</language>
<language type="man">mandinka</language>
<language type="men">mende (Sierra Leone)</language>
<language type="mg">madagaskiska</language>
<language type="mkh">mon-khmerspråk</language>
<language type="mni">manipuriska</language>
<language type="ms">malaysiska</language>
<language type="myv">ersja</language>
<language type="na">nauruiska</language>
<language type="oj">anishinaabemowin</language>
<language type="osa">dhegiha</language>
<language type="ota">ottomanturkiska</language>
<language type="pa">punjabiska</language>
<language type="pau">palauanska</language>
<language type="phn">fenikiska</language>
<language type="pon">pohnpeiska</language>
<language type="ps">pashto</language>
<language type="rm">romansh</language>
<language type="rn">rundiska</language>
<language type="sam">samarisk arameiska</language>
<language type="sco">lågskotska</language>
<language type="sel">selkupiska</language>
<language type="ta">tamilska</language>
<language type="tiv">tiv</language>
<language type="to">tonganska (Tonga)</language>
<language type="tog">tonganska (Moçambique)</language>
<language type="tyv">tuvinska</language>
<language type="war">waray (Filippinerna)</language>
<language type="yap">japesiska</language>
<language type="zbl">bliss-symboler</language>
<language type="znd">zandéspråk</language>
<language type="zun">zuñi</language>

Seems like the collection codes have removed from the languages included...; but here are corrections in case they reappear somewhere:

<language type="bai">bamilekiskt språk</language>
<language type="bh">bihariskt språk</language>
<language type="btk">batakspråk</language>
<language type="cmc">chamiskt språk</language>
<language type="day">land dayakspråk</language>
<language type="him">himachaliskt språk</language>
<language type="ijo">ijospråk</language>
<language type="kar">karenskt språk</language>
<language type="kro">kruspråk</language>
<language type="nah">nahuatlspråk</language>
<language type="son">songhaispråk</language>
<language type="ypk">jupiskt språk</language>

comment:3 Changed 4 years ago by emmons

  • Owner changed from anybody to fredrik
  • Phase changed from dsub to rc
  • Priority changed from assess to medium
  • Status changed from new to assigned
  • Milestone changed from UNSCH to 27

comment:4 Changed 4 years ago by fredrik

  • Xref set to 5194

comment:5 Changed 4 years ago by fredrik

  • Status changed from assigned to reviewing
  • Review set to pedberg

The other languages were previously reported in the related bug and deferred to be resolved in the survey tool, so let's stick with that.

comment:6 Changed 4 years ago by pedberg

  • Status changed from reviewing to closed
  • Resolution set to fixed

comment:7 Changed 3 months ago by mark

  • Component changed from main to other
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