[geeklog-devel] Open Source Translation Database
rouslan at placella.com
Sat Mar 10 17:48:06 EST 2012
On 10/03/12 22:31, Dirk Haun wrote:
> This just showed up in my twitter stream:
>> The Open Source Translation Database is a free service to help authors of open source software get their software translated into as many languages as possible, with as little hassle as possible.
> Might be worth a look.
> bye, Dirk
Well, that seems to require the project to use gettext. But if we
convert Geeklog to gettext (which we probably should at some point
anyway since PHP arrays are quite outdated for translating), then there
will be better alternatives for online translating. For example, Michal
Cihar, one of phpMyAdmin developers, has just released Weblate.
Weblate supports translating multiple branches of a project
simultaneously and uses GIT as a storage backend. Mercurial is not
supported at this moment in time, but the app is opensource, and coding
hg support in should be quite straight-forward. Another alternative for
translating gettext-based projects is Pootle, but it's getting
buggier over time. Just a thought.
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