(To course maintainers) Peccatum
Recently, I mistakenly answered "salvete quae nomina vobis sunt" for "Hello, what is your name?" and reported it as "My answer should be accepted." (damn my carelessness). Shortly I got the "We now accept this translation" email.
I think, that should be reverted.
Actually, it was I who accepted the translation, and added it. Because honestly, I do like the fact that you were thinking outside the box. Sure, 'What are your names' would be preferable for the English prompt. But you had everything correct there. Perhaps I'll add a new sentence, asking that specifically.
While I am not a moderator nor contributor on this forum, I do wish to reassure you that there are a number of checks that are gone through, and cross checks.
I would suggest that it was a small slip up in the system that this message was sent out to you. And I wish to assure you and others that this will have been corrected, that the incorrect translation will not be included in the list of acceptable translations for that sentence.
Thank you for your concern in this regard, for we also care deeply about quality. And again I reassure you, we contributors and course creators and maintainers, we have this.
Thank you for clarifying this for a learner such as I.
As you may be aware we GA's are volunteers, and also scattered across the world in different time zones. And it may be for the course maintainers for this course that it is a bit after midnight, or in the middle of their working day, or they are attending to important family matters, or care for themselves, for example. So it may take a while for a response on this.
I do though wish to assure you also that this issue is on the radar.