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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
I have translated po file for buddypress on Serbian language. How to add it to language directory on wordpress.org so any1 can have it?
Milan Dinić, Marko Heijnen, and @modemlooper are discussing. Toggle Comments
This is where you can translate BuddyPress
Hey, you can do this at http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/buddypress/dev/sr/default. Not sure why you can’t use import there.
I am a validator for Serbian language. Are you talking about strings that are waiting for approval on translate.wordpress.org, or you have a standalone PO file?
If it’s second thing, please send it to me directly or through some link.
I’m aware that there are strings that are waiting for approval and that there are a lot of untranslated strings, and it’s on my to do list to finish this translation. Making quality translation that follows established standards while translating WordPress requires a lot of time so a separate projects like this may take a time to finish.
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