German review page.The composition of dates and times uses a number of different fields in CLDR. The review chart lets you look over the results all at once, so that you can get consistency between the forms. For example, see the
Please review those charts for consistency as described below, and fix any problems that you run into. Read this page completely before starting your review, including the Caveats!
The Patterns section shows dates, times, and corresponding intervals (a range of two dates or times such as “Jan-Feb 2012”) generated from patterns. The datetime used for examples (and to start intervals) is “2012-01-13 22:45:59 GMT” (“Jan 13, 2012”).
Please scan down the Native Examples to see that they are correct representations of the English, and that they are consistent across rows.
The 'Times 24h' is only relevant where the preferred format is 12 hour.
Lower down on the page are charts of weekdays, months, and quarters for review. When a language has two different forms depending on format vs stand-alone, there will be two rows for the same item. Russian, for example, uses the genitive for format (top row), but nominative for stand-alone (second row).
Please scan these over for inconsistencies as well. Languages that don't make a grammatical distinction should only have one row. The following, for example, is probably a mistake in the March row.
Here is a sample of review problems (from Russian):
If there is a direct relationship between the item and a pattern, you will see a cell with fix in it:
If there is no Change box (because Data Submission is over):
If there is something you can't fix in the Survey tool, (like problem #1 above), please file a new ticket.