Cool and simple contribution : Translation of the clients


#1

Hello everybody,

We finally reinstalled correctly our weblate instance. You could find it at the following address : https://weblate.duniter.org

You can register with your email address, and you will be able to help us translate the clients. If you speak a language not present and would like to translate, just ask and we will add the necessary files !

In the end, all your suggestions are automatically provided as pull request on the repositories

To configure automatically the languages you want to translate, just add them in your profile ! Then configure your watched projects and you will be able to see the state of the translations on your home, like below :

I hope this will help the clients to get translated in many languages :wink:


#2

weblate is unfortunately not available anymore. Is it possible to reactivate it? I am particularly interested in Cesium in Spanish, and the license Ğ1.


#3

I installed weblate for communecter last weeks, and the last versions are actually really cool. A lot of enhancements since the last time we used it.

I think we could reinstall it after the infrastructure upgrade we are planning.


#4

:green_heart::green_heart::green_heart::green_heart::green_heart::green_heart::green_heart::green_heart::green_heart:
could you give me an approximate date, without commitment, to avoid asking again too soon?

( could i have the url of communecter weblate ? )


#5

By the end of the year hopefully :slight_smile:

For communecter’s weblate : https://weblate.co.tools/


#6

:anguished:
damn! I wanted to translate on workshop in May in Perpignan.


#7

Maybe it will happen sooner, we have a lot of work planed :frowning:

You could still translate using the manual method, its quite easy. Just translate the words in the following files and send it to @kimamila : https://git.duniter.org/clients/cesium-grp/cesium/tree/master/www/i18n


#8

git will be less comfortable, but we will adapt. thank you.


#9

You can try the framasoft platform, and configure it to push merge request on the gitlab cesium repo.

If you are in warrior mode, you can try to install pootle:wink: