Rails translation helper could include interpolation keys in case of a missing translation

Hi there, when using the Rails defaults, if I write in a view something like this:

<%= t(".thanks"), name: current_user.name %>

Then I give the YML file to a translator and give him access to the staging platform, Rails will output its famous span containing : translation missing: home.index.thanks

The problem is that the translator has no easy way of knowing that there is an interpolation key called “name”, right?

What do you think of including the list of interpolation keys by default in the span message, something like: translation missing: home.index.thanks, interpolation: name