Steps to reproduce:
1. Create an event in the admin UI
Dates shown in m/d/yy format
All English-speaking countries except US (and maybe Canada) use d/m/y
Perhaps the admin UI needs an English (UK) language selection.
If you don't live in the US, it is a bug. So I would say we can close/resolve it once either (a) English/GB shows up as a language option with the right date formats in a daily build, or (b) we change English/US to yyyy-mm-dd for consistency throughout the UI and to avoid ambiguity. That just leaves the cultural offence of identifying "English" as "US" .
Hi Stephen and Lars, what I am trying is the following: I created en-GB on Crowdin and currenlty, I am taking over the en-US translation to en-GB on Crowdin 1:1.
I think (have to test this) that the Admin UI supports locales for en-GB which should make the date formats en-GB (instead of en-US). For the player, the date formats can be specified as far as I know.
So I am indeed going for (a) but just use en-US as initial translation for en-GB.
Let's see how this works out.
So at the end of the day, the UK flag will be there and hopefully the UK locales.
It looks like some of the date formats in the admin UI are generated differently, because they show strings adaptively e.g. "Yesterday" (screenshot-1). It doesn't look like the date format of these can be directly updated through the crowdin translations, so needs some more investigation.
Hi Stephen, parts of the localization come from different libraries. Probably, there is no need for action to adapt those other than adding a language/country (that is English and officially uses the date formats you're looking for). To see an example of how a new language/country is added to Opencast, see https://bitbucket.org/opencast-community/matterhorn/pull-requests/1042/mh-11643-add-language-support-for-polish/diff
Date formats in the Admin UI are now correct when UK English is selected as the language.