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Revision as of 11:30, 25 February 2014 by Ariadnepinheiro
Here, people translating Joomla! Documentation can sign up as a translator. A Translation Administrator will assign your username translator permissions. After your username is added as a translator, you can get started translating!
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.
- 1 Required Reading
- 2 Current Translations Teams
- 3 Translation administrators
- 4 Language Codes
- Getting started, read Page Translation Quickstart Guide
- Detailed explanation of translating, Page Translation Explained.
- Our Language policy
- Having an issue or need help?
Add Your Username
Add your username below under a language you want to translate and you will added to the Translator user group.
Add Your Language
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
es - Español - Spanish
nl - Nederlands - Dutch
fr - Français - French
bg - Български - Bulgarian
vi - Tiếng Việt - Vietnamese
fa - فارسی - Persian
pt - Português - Portuguese
The responsibilities of a Translation administrator will require a bit more attention to docs. Translation administrators should feel comfortable with using wiki markup, but there is no need to an expert. At the very least, checking documentation every few days and perform any required tasks. Ideally, we should have at one Translation administrator who will not be tied to any specific language. Then perhaps one Translation administrator for active language teams. Volunteer as a Translation administrator here.