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I will be quoting descriptions of maintenance periods that can be legally created with current trunk in Configuration->Maintenances->Periods.
- Let's start with this one:
Period type Schedule Daily At 12:00 on every day
Sounds awkward, I think that "on" shouldn't be there.
- Let's continue:
Period type Schedule Weekly At 12:00 on every Monday of every week
First "every" implies that one can have two or more Mondays per week.
- Now let's see some really weird stuff:
Period type Schedule Daily At 12:00 on every 2 days Weekly At 12:00 on every Monday of every 3 weeks Monthly At 12:00 on day 1 of every January
This does not sound like daily, weekly and monthly. In my opinion descriptions are good enough to not display confusing Period type at all. For configuration purposes they can be called "day/week/month based".
- Minor compared to previous point:
Period type Schedule Monthly At 12:00 on First Monday, Friday of every March
"First" shouldn't be capitalized.
- Last one:
Period type Schedule One time only 2017-11-07 00:00
Seems that all translation strings are in place to produce date description with localized month name. But this may be inconsistent with the rest of interface.