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I found this word in Github guide, and I don't know how to translate it to Chinese.It is used in this context:

Muted threads won’t show up as unread again until you are specifically @mentioned again. This makes muting a great strategy for threads that you have little interest in (perhaps a sub-system that you aren’t familiar with). If you mark an issue as read, it will stay that way until someone comments on the thread again.

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    主题 or 帖子. For example, your question here is a thread and the answers are posts. Posts are 跟帖. – ElpieKay Oct 17 '16 at 1:27
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楼主: OP

沙发: first answerer

二楼: second answerer

三楼: third answerer

在这个部分,我们邀请每个人用英语来回答和沟通. Here we have ‘thread' as 部分

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In computer science we call thread "线程".

"程" stands for the way and "序" stands for order. So "程序" means program."线程" takes "程" from "程序". "线" means line or "thread".

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In this article, thread should be translated into "message", which is "消息" in Chinese.

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In the given context, you will subscribe to a thread and receive notifications of new comments. A thread = Github issue/project + its comments.

I think thread can be "话题" and new comment can be "新回应".

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