Description of problem:
The *.po files for the yum project have been last updated on Mar 06, 2013, which is more than 2 years ago. Probably most of the translations have been improved since then. There are some errors in my native language, I could report them but there is no need as they are already corrected in transifex, all that is required is to synchronize which should not take much time.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always (but depending on the current locale)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/yum/ and see what is newer than Mar 6th 2013.
2. Optionally: use yum with non-English locale and check the quality of translation.
Some translations may be wrong.
The translations should be updated with the current content of transifex.
I report this issue against Fedora 20 but it probably exists in all versions because the problem is upstream. Unfortunately, baseurl.org does not seem to have a bug management system. I hope this is a correct place to report the issue. I am aware that yum will be discontinued soon but as long as it is supported it is worth fixing.
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