Just when I wanted to import new updates to translation of wpcom, I spotted new links in wpcom's admin. Some of that other people spotted too, which was meanwhile removed, but there is still link "Edit post" that is showing on every blog, not just on your.
But why I'm writing here is a huge change at how admin bar works now. Until now, language of admin bar was based on language of "Interface Language" and now it is based on "Blog Language". What this means is that if you have Serbian as your interface language, when you visit blog in Japanese, admin bar will be in Japanese.
Part of this started with introduction of "likening" when strings for it in admin bar were shown based on blog's language. I didn't write about it here because I thought someone will notice it and fix it. But now it got even worse.
I strongly oppose to this and request that admin bar is shown based on language of interface. For what is language of interface used then if we have this? Just for dashboard.wordpress.com? It doesn't make any sense to show different language for logged in users since they choose their language of interface. It make sense to show different language of admin bar to non-logged users as it was practice now (on front pages of locale sites, eg. sr.wordpress.com).
I don't like where wpcom is going with recent (and future, see below) admin bar changes and I think that will have negative effect on users.
Finally, if you can add description here and/or context for new strings from admin bar, translators will be thankful. (strings like "Like (%s)", "You like this (%s)", "Bump to Tagazine only" etc)