In case you haven’t noticed, WordPress.org profile redesign is up. People can now get badges for their contributions. Here is an example for polyglots http://profiles.wordpress.org/vanillalounge/.
@vanillalounge I assume that you have access to the list of people currently contributing in make/polyglots. Could you please send it to someone in meta (probably Ian Dunn), so that we can get those shiny new badges? Thanks
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It seems that id.wordpress.org has been abandoned. Last release was 3.5.1 (last year).
Sent message using the contact form but it seems the admin email no longer exist, got a failure daemon.
@Admins, pls verify if ID localization team is still there. I need to be able to do some commits on the site.
To summarize a number of requests that have not received the love they deserve, all related to the creation of projects in GlotPress.
WordPress 3.8.x – The WordPress project needs a 3.8.x sub-project, should have been created when 3.8 was released, we’re @ 3.8.1 now.
bbPress 2.5.x – Three follow up versions has been released since 2.5 (3 months old). What does /trunk give us, 2.6 dev or 2.5.x?
BuddyPress 1.8.x, 1.9.x – The BuddyPress projects are desperately behind. We’re @ 1.9.1!
How are we to know what the trunk projects gives us when it’s such a disarray? All these projects has been requested multiple times by different people. Do we really have to nag every time new projects need to be created?
What happened to the discussed planning for polyglots? Are we going anywhere at all?
Can I please request the creation of a 3.8.x branch on GlotPress so that I can release the Polish translation with just the 3.8 strings and no new ones?
I need svn access to release WordPress 3.8 Greek version
In going through the Rosetta sites previously, I noticed some weird version numbers that look like build errors. Can the following two teams take a look at their builds and ensure they’re shipping WordPress 3.8 properly? (3.8.1 hasn’t shipped yet.)
Hi: I need to unmark a user who is consider by BBPress as Bonzo in http://es.forums.wordpress.org/
Pretty much all of these are things we agreed on.
- Having official teams based on the .org user roles that are official on a page on polyglots.wordpress.org as a point of contact for people wishing to contribute. Editors and administrators get there by default.
- Contact form inquiries in the local .org sites being transformed into support questions on the local forum
- Two levels of rights for per project validation – more strict for WordPress projects and the other for plugins, themes…
- Plugin translation – a validator for a certain language to be able validate as well as the plugin author & existing contributors to that particular plugin
And some other issues that were discussed:
- Per project validation – should there be a separate user role to grant per project validation rights
- Fuzzy matching – strings in a related project
- The problem with lost strings – Ex. If you move a string from administration to main or network admin, the translation gets lost
This is AbuBakar from Pakistan and Urdu is my native language. Today searching for WordPress Urdu I saw this page http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_in_Your_Language#Urdu_-_.D8.A7.D8.B1.D8.AF.D9.88_.28ur.29 and I came to know that “WordPress in Urdu – اردو is ongoing, but slow. Need more contributors.”
So, I would like to contribute to WordPress Urdu, How can I get to know who’s currently working on this and be part of the team that’s already working on WordPress Urdu.
Validation request! There are a few languages in the WP for iOS and Android projects that are waiting for a validator to take a look.
Finnish, Tamil, Slovak, Irish, Arabic, Persian, and Greek all also have pending strings but are at a low overall translation level. Help needed!
- Italian (55)
- Chinese (China) (5)
- Chinese (Taiwan) (34)
- Japanese (24)
- Hungarian (45)
- Russian (179)
- French (103)
- Polish (106)
Georgian, Slovenian, Slovak, Finnish, Norwegian (Bokmål), Bulgarian, Czech, Arabic, Persian, Burmese, Uzbek, Azerbaijani, and Mongolian too have pending strings (some have lots!) but are far from a 100% overall. More translation help needed.
Hi, I need admin access for hr.wordpress.org, my current user role is Editor and I’m only one active on this locale website (editor, translator, validator).
I am a validator of marathi language http://mr.wordpress.org/ but i do not find option for validating and accepting translated string.
Can anybody help me with this issue?
Recently GlotPress, the project behind translate.wordpress.org has been improved a little bit. The string counts for locales should be accurate now and for RTL languages the translations do start right.
Also there was a bug that not all strings for Android could get translated. This is now possible and this means there are now 12 extra strings ready to be translated.
If you have any issue doing translations then please let me now and I’m more then happy to look into.
We have a new release of WordPress for iOS nearly ready and have finalized the strings, so please jump in and translate at http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/ios/dev when you can! This update adds a much improved welcome guide and login/sign up that should be much more pleasant for new as well as returning users.
Hi guys! Our company is working on an Afrikaans translation for WordPress. @vanillalounge suggested I come here te report for duty