Fixed 3-letter month names now is 3-letter not four, five. #160

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This allow easy for human fixed date formatting (all date string has same width what make it easy to read - not as before variable length against design).

Fixed 3-letter month names now is 3-letter not four, five.
This allow easy for human fixed date formatting (all date string has same width what make it easy to read - not as before variable length against design).
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Thanks for the pull request, but translations of Django are now managed on Transifex:
https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/django/language/pl/

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aaugustin commented Nov 25, 2012

Thanks for the pull request, but translations of Django are now managed on Transifex:
https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/django/language/pl/

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What you want say since not understand meaning "Thanks for the pull request, but translations of Django are now managed on Transifex".

It could mean that you merged changes, you want future changes on Transifex or something else - please explain :)

What you want say since not understand meaning "Thanks for the pull request, but translations of Django are now managed on Transifex".

It could mean that you merged changes, you want future changes on Transifex or something else - please explain :)

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Sorry, I should have given more details. You should register at Transifex, and get in touch with the Polish translation maintainers. If they accept your changes, they'll be merged in the next version of Django.

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aaugustin commented Nov 26, 2012

Sorry, I should have given more details. You should register at Transifex, and get in touch with the Polish translation maintainers. If they accept your changes, they'll be merged in the next version of Django.

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Where I could report bug that polish translation is invalid also on Transferix or GitHub?

Tell me is it really need 5 months to tell that you will not fix translation?

I prefer to fork django that loose time with Transferix - please use it if you like it :)

Where I could report bug that polish translation is invalid also on Transferix or GitHub?

Tell me is it really need 5 months to tell that you will not fix translation?

I prefer to fork django that loose time with Transferix - please use it if you like it :)

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