MAZI toolkit: new project
We would like to integrate Translatewiki.net with our project. The project's name is MAZI, the main output of the project is the MAZI toolkit and we would like to translate the software part of the MAZI toolkit.
We are in a very active phase of our development and it would be great if we have your support for translating the MAZI portal. We are going to give to translatewiki staff push rights to our repo in order to integrate new translations.
We already support i18n and our files are in yaml format.
Looking forward for your reply about the next steps for the integration of translatewiki and the MAZI toolkit.
Could you point out where the i18n files are in https://github.com/mazi-project/portal/? With quick search I only found config.yaml, but i18n strings should be separated from other configuration.
You can find the i18n strings in the locales/ folder https://github.com/mazi-project/portal/tree/master/locales.
We have prepared the en file for english and the el file (Greek) for testing, translated directly from google translate.
Thanks a lot for your support
version-message-1: "This Portal is " version-message-2: "commits` behind."
Can you use variables? We call these lego messages and they are problematic for proper translations.
framadate-tab: subheader1: "Description" paragraph1: "Framadate is an open-source and free application like Doodle. It’s easy to create an appointment or a survey without registration to invite your collaborations." paragraph2: "Here is how to works" paragraph3: "" paragraph4: "" paragraph5: "" paragraph6: ""
Can the empty message be filled or removed?
Please also start adding message documentation.
OK we edited the lego messages we had and we now use variables instead.
We also filled the empty messages.
Regarding the message documentation, it is not clear to us what exactly we are supposed to do. Could we have some examples of code to check? Should we create a separate documentation page? Or it is something we can do as soon as have the MAZI project integrated in translatewiki page?
Thank you for supporting us.