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|Irish language version of Wiki Ed. Program||4||22:25, 6 November 2017|
|Translating:WikiEdu Dashboard||0||19:17, 31 August 2015|
Hi there, I've translated a good chunk of the program to Irish. I was just wondering how long it usually takes for the localised version to become available and if there's any further steps required to do this apart from doing the translations? Thanks
Translations for Irish have been exported since last Thursday and they were updated just one hour ago. The question is for Wiki Ed people when they start to use the translations that are available.
Thanks for the quick reply. I've an account on https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/ but when I select Gaeilge as the language option (top right), nothing happens and it remains as "en". Do you know if an admin needs to flip a switch to turn on the localised version when selected?