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|Open||None||T40638 Interface messages needing rewording or documentation and other issues with existing messages (tracking)|
|Resolved||Nischayn22||T44885 MediaWiki:Moodbar-action-item is unclear|
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"I think" feedback refers to the message delivered by any user where as feedback item refers to an entity, more programming in nature or UI based and is a collection of a feedback and all the detail it contains (like username,hidden,readonly,etc).
I would still wait for someone more experienced to verify this.
(In reply to comment #4)
I tried to answer on https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=42885#c1
How do you want the answer?
Ah, sorry, I wasn't sure it was still the case after two months.
I don't see much difference between "entry" and "item", but if you confirm comment 1 we can just copy it over the /qqq message at translatewiki.net.
However, I also wonder whether it's sane for such a complex concept to be exposed to the user, and the translation depends on when it's shown too: did you manage to understand where/to whom/in what cases it's used?