Okay, here are my findings:
- The subs are exactly the same.
- The description is exactly the same.
- I do not know (for sure) which one was earlier. Subscene says upload time is 1/3/2019 9:08 PM and "13 hours ago" and upload time by novabros on OpenSubtitles is 10:22:16 PM. Things depend on the time zone subscene is using and of course if the clock of their server is correct. So this is questionable, but it LOOKS like you were earlier and I will just give you the benefit of the doubt.
Now novabros has copied your subtitle and copied your text and I agree, it looks like he/she made the subtitles, partly because the (copied) text is written in the "I" form. However, that does not mean that novabros deliberately
make it look like this. Maybe yes, maybe no. He/she just copied the text.
Also, the subtitles are exactly the same, but there are no credits inside the subtitle itself. Novabros did not delete any credits or literally claimed anywhere or anyhow to be the creator. It would be nice if he/she would mention your name, but novabros did not break any rules concerning credits, see viewtopic.php?f=1&t=15787
Further, I think it should be understood that if you upload subtitles on some site, they will start to travel all over the internet, rather sooner than later. Uploading subs on a subtitle site is not unreasonable.
But, I totally understand you. It doesn't look good/correct and it doesn't feel nice. I know myself how much time is involved in making subtitles. So this is what I have done:
• I clearly stated in the additional info that the subtitles were made by you.
• I added some text to make clear the comment is a copied text by the creator (you)
• I mentioned you in the field "Translator"
To avoid this in the future (and a lot of trouble and work for you and the admins), my request to you:
• I saw you have an account on the subtitle site as well now. When you upload subs somewhere, upload them to OpenSubtitles as well (don't forget to log in first). Then they will be on your account and you have full control on what is written, how, and where.
• If you make subtitles, include credits inside the subtitle
, a simple line of text at the very end, saying "Transcript by portaliscool"
or whatever you like. Then it is clear for everybody, for once and for all. And also, there is a reference point just in case any trouble about credits arises.
I hope this satisfies you.