[quote=“GLock, post:183, topic:2968”]Thireus, when I completed the translation, on the 31st October the translation was 100%, 80 strings have been added later.
As you can see from 7.5PPC I am rewarded only for 50%(15 PPC was a full reward before we increased it to 20PPC) of the work as some of the strings were already translated from brossi, even though I had to review quite few of them.
All the validations have a link in the first post. You can click on it to have a look.
The review process has been discussed and voted in the marketing fund proposal and voting section in this forum
It consists in posting 3 random translated paragraphs together with the original english text on internet fora with native speakers of the translated language. If evaluated as clearly understandable for native speakers and matching with the english translation the translation work passes the validation.Reference here[/quote]
Thank you GLock for the detailed answer. It makes more sense to me. As you probably know I’ve joined Peercoin quite recently (a few months now), so I am not aware of all the things that happened before my arrival.
Peerunity’s project recently received several new strings/sentences to translate, mainly for the multi-sig feature that we’ll find in the next release. As I understand it, these new sentences are not entitled to a award… However it is impossible to distinguish which sentences are or are not entitled to it for the languages that haven’t been translated yet or have been translated only partially. As an example, let’s assume I pick up Spanish, if I complete the translation in full (which would include the new sentences), why would I only receive a 50% reward for it knowing that Spanish is now translated at 40% and not 50% as it was before (because of the new untranslated sentences)?
Also, why don’t we have an incentive for those new sentences? Is this because we haven’t received new donations for it? I’ve only see myself translating those new sentences so far :/. French is the only one that is fully completed. Which may delay the next Peerunity release.