Fragment of a discussion from Talk:Translation Workflow ← Thread:Talk:Translation Workflow/Has fuzzybot gone mad?/reply (19) Can you give some IRS on the following statements? "The syntax item - description is both visually and formally broken." "it should be easier, not harder, to transform itemizations to DocBook, because they have more internal structure." (please add an example of Python code to transform "; - :" tuple) It would be also good if you promise to chack every page for using "the format for marking up itemizations". Thanks in advance. Parent MoreHistory View source Link toYurchor 18:36, 8 April 2011 You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, Administrators, trusted, KDEDevelopers. You can view and copy the source of this page. It is visually broken because the hyphen should be used to join words, not to separate clauses. It is formally broken because it fixes a rendering of the formal structure instead of entering the structure itself. To transform a definition in the wiki, render the text to [[XHTML]] as if for the client and then use an [[XML]] transformation to convert it to [[DocBook]]. The transformation will deal with <abbr >dt</abbr > and <abbr >dd</abbr >, not with <code >;</code > and <code >:</code >. Assuming that you do not expect me to write the whole thing from scratch, just show me what you already have and I shall add the missing part. Yecril71pl (talk) Return to Thread:Talk:Translation Workflow/Has fuzzybot gone mad?/reply (20). Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/Thread:Talk:Translation_Workflow/Has_fuzzybot_gone_mad%3F/reply_(19)#Has_fuzzybot_gone_mad.3F_993"