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We are looking for more projects! Do not hesitate to contact us and discuss how your project can be added to translatewiki.net. We value the work of our volunteer translators, which means we are looking for healthy projects which are actively developed for the foreseeable future. We also emphasize the communication between the translators and developers. Below is a short list highlighting what we are hoping to see in a new project, and which processes need to be managed once accepted.
|We only accept projects which use a free and open source license. We have to make choices in what we want to support directly. Because our origin lies in MediaWiki and Wikimedia, this is a core value to us. If your application is not free, but you would still like to use the same software, see the documentation.|
|The new project should be in active development and using a version control system. We are already familiar with CVS, Subversion and Git. The project should have periodic releases or another way to update translations. Time to get translation into use (TIU) should be minimised. There are multiple ways to get translations into use faster, which can be discussed.|
|Once content for your project has been translated at translatewiki.net, ideally translatewiki.net staff is able to integrate the changes back into your product. This requires a language addition procedure and commit access for at least one translatewiki.net staff member. This ensures that the work of translators will actually be integrated. Translatewiki.net staff have a lot of experience of committing to various source control systems.|
Still interested? Good. Please contact us, on our IRC channel #mediawiki-i18n at freenode, by e-mail, or at our support page. Though, nothing beats good real-time chat to solve any possible issues and to get things going.