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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
I completed translation of WordPress for iOS and Android to Turkish. What do I have to do now?
Emre Erkan and Zé are discussing. Toggle Comments
Nothing, the iOS devs will grab the complete translations when they release. (with all this free time you now have, maybe you could consider changing wordpress-tr.com’s domain name? )
haha. I did. See: http://www.wp-tr.org What is the next step? Should I put a message to wordpress-tr.com main page or what?
Zé, there is a problem with our host. After domain change we can’t access to our control panel. They are trying to fix that. When they fix it, I’m gonna put a info page for wordpress-tr.com to inform people and redirect them to wp-tr.org. Is this enough or do I have to do anything else?
Cool, thanks. Can’t you do a redirect on the domain name at the host? Should be easy enough…
We’ll make that a bit later. We want to show people that we are changing our domain. If we redirect them automatically, maybe they won’t see the difference.
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