New Team o2s

Two weeks ago we’ve rolled out 11 team o2s for testing. Today we’re pleased to announce that all 71 locales with a current release now have a team o2p2 "p2" is the name of the theme that blogs at make.wordpress.org use (and o2 is the accompanying plugin). When asked to post something "on the p2" by a member of the Polyglots team, that usually means you're asked to post on the team blog https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/..

What should you use the o2 for?

A team o2 can be used for whatever your local community needs. For example, you can use it to talk about WordCamps, meetups, translations, support, documentation, meeting summaries, discussions about new ideas and the likes – in your language.

It can be a great platform for new people who would like to join your translation team. Or a great place to post about upcoming events and invite people to suggest topics. Basically, it’s an open wall for your community to discuss local issues. An official one, on your official local WordPress.orgWordPress.org The community site where WordPress code is created and shared by the users. This is where you can download the source code for WordPress core, plugins and themes as well as the central location for community conversations and organization. https://wordpress.org/ site.

How does your team get an o2?

Every RosettaRosetta The code name of the theme for the local WordPress sites (eg. bg.wordpress.org is a “Rosetta” site). All locale specific WordPress sites are referred to as “Rosetta sites.” The name was inspired from the ancient Rosetta Stone, which contained more or less the same text in three different languages. site should have one and every team can get one. If your localeLocale Locale = language version, often a combination of a language code and a region code, for instance es_MX denotes Spanish as it’s used in Mexico. A list of all locales supported by WordPress in https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/teams/ is currently released for 4.6, your o2 is already created. You can check if you have one by adding “/team” to the address of your Rosetta site. If you don’t already have one, please feel free to request one in a comment below this post.

The following 60 62 sites were created:

team-site

  • #ary: https://ary.wordpress.org/team/
  • #az: https://az.wordpress.org/team/
  • #bn_BD: https://bn.wordpress.org/team/
  • #bo: https://bo.wordpress.org/team/
  • #ca: https://ca.wordpress.org/team/
  • #cs_CZ: https://cs.wordpress.org/team/
  • #cy: https://cy.wordpress.org/team/
  • #da_DK: https://da.wordpress.org/team/
  • #de_CH: https://de-ch.wordpress.org/team/
  • #el: https://el.wordpress.org/team/
  • #en_AU: https://en-au.wordpress.org/team/
  • #en_CA: https://en-ca.wordpress.org/team/
  • #en_GB: https://en-gb.wordpress.org/team/
  • #en_NZ: https://en-nz.wordpress.org/team/
  • #en_ZA: https://en-za.wordpress.org/team/
  • #eo: https://eo.wordpress.org/team/
  • #es_AR: https://es-ar.wordpress.org/team/
  • #es_CL: https://cl.wordpress.org/team/
  • #es_GT: https://es-gt.wordpress.org/team/
  • #es_MX: https://es-mx.wordpress.org/team/
  • #es_PE: https://pe.wordpress.org/team/
  • #es_VE: https://ve.wordpress.org/team/
  • #eu: https://eu.wordpress.org/team/
  • #fa_IR: https://fa.wordpress.org/team/
  • #fi: https://fi.wordpress.org/team/
  • #fr_BE: https://fr-be.wordpress.org/team/
  • #fr_CA: https://fr-ca.wordpress.org/team/
  • #gd: https://gd.wordpress.org/team/
  • #gl_ES: https://gl.wordpress.org/team/
  • #gu: https://gu.wordpress.org/team/
  • #hau: https://hau.wordpress.org/team/
  • #hi_IN: https://hi.wordpress.org/team/
  • #hr: https://hr.wordpress.org/team/
  • #hu_HU: https://hu.wordpress.org/team/
  • #hy: https://hy.wordpress.org/team/
  • #id_ID: https://id.wordpress.org/team/
  • #is_IS: https://is.wordpress.org/team/
  • #ka_GE: https://ka.wordpress.org/team/
  • #km: https://km.wordpress.org/team/
  • #ko_KR: https://ko.wordpress.org/team/
  • #lt_LT: https://lt.wordpress.org/team/
  • #lv: https://lv.wordpress.org/team/
  • #mr: https://mr.wordpress.org/team/
  • #ms_MY: https://ms.wordpress.org/team/
  • #nb_NO: https://nb.wordpress.org/team/
  • #nn_NO: https://nn.wordpress.org/team/
  • #oci: https://oci.wordpress.org/team/
  • #pl_PL: https://pl.wordpress.org/team/
  • #pt_PT: https://pt.wordpress.org/team/
  • #ro_RO: https://ro.wordpress.org/team/
  • #sk_SK: https://sk.wordpress.org/team/
  • #sl_SI: https://sl.wordpress.org/team/
  • #sq: https://sq.wordpress.org/team/
  • #sr_RS: https://sr.wordpress.org/team/
  • #sv_SE: https://sv.wordpress.org/team/
  • #szl: https://szl.wordpress.org/team/
  • #te: https://te.wordpress.org/team/
  • #th: https://th.wordpress.org/team/
  • #tr_TR: https://tr.wordpress.org/team/
  • #uk: https://uk.wordpress.org/team/
  • #vi: https://vi.wordpress.org/team/
  • #zh_TW: https://tw.wordpress.org/team/

How does o2 work?

A new handbook page “Team o2” has been added to provide some details about the new site, how to manage and use it. Read it and ask any questions that remain in the comments here.

Who has access to the new o2s?

All locale managers get an Editor level access to the new o2s which allows them to customize the site and moderate content. o2s are separate WordPress installs from your Rosetta site, but all your current Locale Managers and Editors are added as users by default. All WordPress.org users can post and comment on locale o2s.

We’re delighted to finally be able to add this feature for all teams and we hope you find it useful to get new contributors and make communication about contributing to WordPress easier in your language.

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