Some suggestions to the German translation.
jleffler at us.ibm.com
Wed Jan 23 18:21:58 CET 2008
Ludwig Reiter wrote:
- Replace "Passphrase/Passphrasen" with "Passwort/Passwörter"
I don't like the word "Passphrase". It sounds strange in German and the
meaning of "Phrase" is quiet negative. The normal word would be "Passwort"
The English term 'passphrase' has the connotation of 'long password
consisting of more than one word'.
Does the German 'passwort' have that extended meaning - or does it imply a
short (eg single word) string?
(PS: Lotus Notes crashed when I first tried to send this - I hope this is
not a resend, but apologize if it is.)
Jonathan Leffler (jleffler at us.ibm.com)
STSM, Informix Database Engineering, IBM Information Management
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