Ka hoʻomaka ʻana

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Getting started
Translation tutorial
How to start
See also
Localisation guidelines
Translating offline

Ka hoʻomaka ʻana

To get started, the first thing you need is a user account on translatewiki.net. Creating an account is done in less than a minute and is used to keep track of what you have worked on.

When creating an account you go through some test translations to make sure that you have a basic understanding of the languages. These translations are not live but are instead compared to older translations by trusted users before giving you the rights to start translating live messages. That means that the messages you translate will be used in the next update of the program/website!

Keep in touch

Support is where you can ask or propose anything.

The portal in your user interface language, e.g. portal:fi, is a central place where you can see some information and activity statistics about the language community. It is also the place to communicate with other translators of the same language and discuss terminology and so on.

Special:WebChat allows you to connect to our IRC channel using your web-browser. More help about IRC at m:IRC. In short, you can discuss in real time with the developers and staff of translatewiki.net, assuming we are active there at that time.

Start translating

After you have been given permission to translate, your entry point is most likely going to be the translation tool. It lists all the available groups of messages that we have. Most of the translations happen using this tool, see the tutorial.

Ke ala ʻāpono no ka unuhi ʻana o MekiaWiki

Hiki i nā mea unuhi o nā papahana ʻē aʻe ke kāpae i kēia mahele.

E heluhelu aʻe inā makemake ʻoe e ʻike i nā mea ʻē aʻe. ʻAʻole koi ʻia ka heluhelu ʻana, akā inā makemake ʻoe e ʻike e pili ana i nā helena kamaʻāina paʻakīkī, e heluhelu mai. Hiki iā ʻoe ke unuhi aku no kekahi mau lā a hoʻi mai inā pono ʻoe ka ʻike.

E hoʻomanaʻo: e unuhi i nā loulou, lewainoa a me nā pūlono e pili me ke kumu, inā ʻaʻole hiki iā ʻoe ke unuhi me ia!