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* Translation platform maintenance and enhancements
* Translation platform maintenance and enhancements
* I18n test
* I18n test
* I18n team is using [http://zanata.org/ Zanata] as translation platform. To see I18n team translation plan and priority, please visit:
** OpenStack I18n team Dashboard: https://translate.openstack.org
= Contributing =
= Contributing =
I18n team welcome any kinds of contribution.
* I18n team welcome any kinds of contribution. Please visit and read http://docs.openstack.org/developer/i18n/ for more details on I18n contribution.
== Contribute to translations ==
If you want to help the translations, firstly you may want to [https://wiki.openstack.org/w/index.php?title=I18nTeam/become-a-official-translator&redirect=no become an official translator and join your language team]. Go to [https://translate.openstack.org translation website] to start translation then. You could find the translation jobs in the home page or contact with the coordinators.
If you cannot find your local team, you can request to [[I18nTeam/CreateLocalTeam|create a local translation team]].
If you want to report translation errors, go to [https://bugs.launchpad.net/openstack-i18n openstack-i18n] in Launchpad and report bugs. Mark bugs with a tag "'''translation'''".
There are three different roles in a translation team.
* [[I18nTeam/Management|Coordinator]]: a privileged member in a translation team who can help in team management tasks, such as approving new members and reviewing contributions to that language. We also have task coordinators for specific tasks.
* [[Documentation/Translation#Contribute_as_a_translator|Member (Translator)]] : a person who can submit translations.
* [[Documentation/Translation#Contribute_as_a_reviewer|Reviewer]]: a person who can proofread translations and mark them as reviewed.
== Contribute to translation tools ==
Go to this page [[I18n/Tools|tools]] to understand the tools/scripts which are support our translation platform. If you want to help to report bugs, add more wishlists, and improve them, you can report bugs and fix bugs [https://bugs.launchpad.net/openstack-i18n here]. Mark bugs with a tag "'''tools'''".
== Fix I18n bugs ==
If you want to help to report or fix I18n bugs of OpenStack, go to [https://bugs.launchpad.net/openstack-i18n openstack-i18n] in Launchpad. Mark bugs with a tag "'''i18n'''".
= Getting in touch =
= Getting in touch =
* Mailing List
* Mailing List

Revision as of 06:08, 20 November 2016

The I18n Team


Internationalization (I18n) is essential to make OpenStack ubiquitous. The mission of OpenStack I18n team is to make OpenStack ubiquitously accessible to people of all language backgrounds, by enhancing OpenStack software internationalization, providing translation, maintaining a translation platform and managing translation process for better quality of outcomes.

"Internationalization is the process of designing a software application so that it can be adapted to various languages and regions without engineering changes. Localization is the process of adapting internationalized software for a specific region or language by adding locale-specific components and translating text." - from wikipedia.

The OpenStack I18n team will take responsible for the I18n and L10n of OpenStack. Our work will include:

  • Translation of documentations, messages, websites, and etc.
  • Translation platform maintenance and enhancements
  • I18n test


Getting in touch

  • Mailing List
  • IRC
    • We all hang out on #openstack-i18n IRC channel on freenode.
  • Team Meeting
    • The I18n team meets every Thursday at alternating times for different timezones.
    • Please see Meetings/I18nTeamMeeting for detail schedules and agendas.

Local Translation Teams

  • Lead: Ying Chun "Daisy" Guo (Daisy on IRC)

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