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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
I want to translate the WordPress into kyrgyz language with Pootle.
Zé and chingis091 are discussing. Toggle Comments
We don’t use Pootle to translate (nor do I know how it works), I’m afraid. You’re free to do it there, if you want, but be aware that it won’t be possible to build and release a Kyrgyz WordPress package. Take a look at this post, to see how that’s done.
Kyrgyz is already supported by GlotPress, by the way.
Who approves kyrgyz translations in GlotPress?
No one, no team exists. Care to organize one?
Can I start a translation without the team.
Not recommended over time (there are *a lot* of strings), but sure, you can start alone. Just make sure you read the Getting Started instructions very carefully and make your request on a new thread. Thanks.
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