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From Joomla! Documentation

Hello and thank you for your interest about joining the Joomla! Documentation Team.

At this point, there's no "Administrators" for local Teams of translators.

The process to join the JDocs t9n Team is quite easy.

  1. follow the process you can find on this page: then I will be able to open your ACL permissions.
  2. if you want to join the JDocs Translators channel on Glip, just give me your email address then I will be able to add you.

Once again, thank you for joining,


(MATsxm (talk) 13:13, 14 June 2016 (CDT))

Hello, MATsxm,

I don't know how to send a message to you on a wiki, so I'm trying to leave my message here. I've done as you asked. And also I just registered Glip. Though it's a little hard to use it in China, I'd like to join the team. So, please add me.



Derek Zhou

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Dear Zhous98, Welcome to Joomla! Documentation!

Yes, welcome! This site is dedicated to documenting Joomla!, the CMS software behind many websites!

You have now been added to documentation as a translator! If you check the page Documentation Translators, you should see your username. Please, take a look at the following pages. They might prove useful to you as a new translator here:

Translators have many channels for help with translating on Joomla! Documentation. Please join one or both.

  1. We have a Mattermost channel for translators. Ask questions, get answers, and have fun. Send a contact request to Max123kl, Ceford or MartijnM. Login to Mattermost with your Joomla identity account and let us know your name, specifying that you're a JDOC translator, and we can add you directly to the channel.
  2. Post on a talk page. Either the translation administrator who sent you this welcome or another translator of your language on the Documentation Translators page.

If you have any other questions, please ask me on my talk page. Alternatively, you can go to my user page and click the "gear" icon in the top right and send a private email to me. Once again, welcome, and I hope you quickly feel comfortable here.

Thanks, and regards, (MATsxm (talk) 10:41, 16 June 2016 (CDT))