Current text on localization dashboards state that articles/templates appear once they have been approved, suggest text is updated to include being marked ready for localization 1) https://support-release.allizom.org/ak/localization > read description text on overview items expected: How many of the templates which allow translations which have been approved and are ready for localization into this language [or something similar] actual: How many of the approved templates which allow translations have an approved translation into this language
The second 'which' is superfluous, I think. That actually applies to a couple of strings here. The "expected" meaning isn't quite correct. It's more like "How many of the templates that are ready for localization have been translated" Kadir, suggestions?
Since this is the localization dashboard I'd say it's clear from context that the bigger number is the number of English articles and the percentage+smaller number are the localized ones. However the explanation of the items should change indeed. Templates: Templates are a way of reusing pieces of content across KB articles. You can create and update a set of instructions in one place, and then refer to it in other pages. Knowledge Base Articles: This is the number of all Knowledge Base articles that are ready to be localized. (miss the 'all' in front of 'KB articles') Bonus points: Display "3 of 30 templates translated into Akaan" when hovering over the numbers and "3% of templates translated into Akaan" when hovering over the percentages/bar". And the same for top 20 articles + KB articles.
Can we have a new target milestone?
Pretty simple text changes.
Focusing on UX/search.
Cleaning up 2011Q4
On prod. Thanks David! https://github.com/mozilla/kitsune/commit/b958322ff37e04657355d64eba325c26ae65fc7f