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Revision as of 04:49, 8 February 2020

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Here, people translating Joomla! Documentation can sign up as a translator. Please be sure to read the required reading list below.

After you add your username to the list below under the appropriate language heading, a Translation Administrator will assign your username translator permissions. After your username is added as a translator you can start translating! Please be on the look out for a welcome message with more information posted to your user talk page.

Required Reading[edit]

A Tip for Translators

Dear translators! Please register for translator notifications about your language. You are placed on a list to receive notices about new/updated pages that need translation.

Add Your Language[edit]

If your language isn't listed below, please add it using the format:

<lang code> - Localised language name - English language name

Use the syntax, * {{User|YourUsername}} - requested

When a Translation Administrator adds you as a translator, they will remove the "- requested" from your username.

Current Translations Teams[edit]

Documentation language codes are different from Joomla! language codes, they are ISO 639-1 2 letter code. A small quantity of 4 letter language codes are used as an exception, but these language codes are all lowercase.

ar - عربي - arabe[edit]

af - Afrikaans[edit]

be - Беларуская - Belarusian[edit]

bg - Български - Bulgarian[edit]

bn - বাংলা - Bengali[edit]

ca - Català - Catalan[edit]

cs - Čeština - Czech[edit]

da - Dansk - Danish[edit]

de - Deutsch - German[edit]

el - Ελληνικά - Greek[edit]

es - Español - Spanish[edit]

et - Eesti - Estonian[edit]

fa - فارسی - Persian[edit]

fr - Français - French[edit]

ga - Gaeilge - Irish[edit]

he - עברית - Hebrew[edit]

hi - हिंदी - Hindi[edit]

hr - Hrvatski - Croatian[edit]

hu - Magyar - Hungarian[edit]

hy - Հայերեն - Armenian[edit]

id - Bahasa Indonesia - Indonesian[edit]

it - Italiano - Italian[edit]

ja - 日本語 - Japanese[edit]

lg - Luganda[edit]

nl - Nederlands - Dutch[edit]

pl - Polski - Polish[edit]

pt - Português (Portugal) - Portuguese (Portugal)[edit]

pt-br - Português Brasil - Brazilian Portuguese[edit]

ro - Română - Romanian[edit]

ru - Русский - Russian[edit]

si - සිංහල - Sinhala[edit]

sk - Slovenčina - Slovak[edit]

= sw - Kiswahili[edit]

yu - Srpski (Latin) - Serbian (Latin)[edit]

sr - Српски (Ћирилица) - Serbian (Cyrillic)[edit]

sv - Svenska - Swedish[edit]

sw - Kiswahili - Swahili[edit]

th - ไทย - Thai[edit]

tr - Türkçe - Turkish[edit]

ukr - Українська - Ukrainian[edit]

ur - ur-PK - اردو - Urdu Pakistan[edit]

vec - Veneto - Vèneto[edit]

vi - Tiếng Việt - Vietnamese[edit]

zh - 中文 - Chinese[edit]

zh-tw - 繁體中文 - Traditional Chinese[edit]

Translation Administrators[edit]

The responsibilities of a Translation Administrator will require slightly more attention to the documents for translation. Translation Administrators should feel comfortable with using wiki markup, made hundreds of contributions to their specific language and assisted others in translation of docs. Administrators will need to check the documentation every few days and perform any required tasks. These tasks include re-marking pages in en-GB with edit changes, tracking language units which need translation and welcoming new translators. Ideally, we should have at least one Translation Administrator who will not be tied to any specific language and when the time comes, one Translation Administrator for active language teams.

Current Volunteer Translation Administrators[edit]

Common Language Codes[edit]

afr - Afrikaans - Afrikaans
ar - عربي - Arabic
be - Беларуская - Belarusian
bg - Български - Bulgarian
bn - বাংলা - Bengali
bo - བོད་ཡིག - tibetan
ca - Català - Catalan
ce - Nohçi - Chechen
da - Dansk - Danish
de - Deutsch - German
es - Español - Spanish
fa - فارسی - Persian
fi - Suomi - Finnish
fr - Français - French
hu - Magyar - Hungarian
hy - Հայերեն - Armenian
id - Bahasa Indonesia - Indonesian
is - Íslenska - Icelandic
it - Italiano - Italian
ja - 日本語 - Japanese
ko - 한국어 - Korean
lb - Lëtzebuergesch - Luxembourgish
min - Baso Minangkabau - Minang
ml - liviox alvax - Malayalam
mr - मराठी - Marathi
ms - Bahasa Melayu - Malay
nl - Nederlands - Dutch
pl - Polski - Polish
pt - Português - Portuguese
pt-br - Português do Brasil - Brazilian Portuguese
ro - Română - Romanian
ru - Русский - Russian
sl - Slovenščina - Slovenianjtökók
sq - Shqip - Albanian
sv - Svenska - Swedish
sw - Kiswahili - Swahili
ta - தமிழ் - Tamil
th - ไทย - Thai
tr - Türkçe - Turkish
vi - Tiếng Việt - Vietnamese
zh - 中文 - Chinese
zh-tw - 繁體中文 - Traditional Chinese