CiviCRM promotion materials translation - help needed! Oct. 4, 2011, 10:40 p.m.
Hey everyone - we're kicking off new "Spead the word" initiative for CiviCRM. There is some materials in English (and in Spanish) that we would like to get translated into more languages. More details: http://civicrm.org/content/spreadtheword
Please join the effort and help!
CiviCon in London in August 2011! June 21, 2011, 2:48 p.m.
Check out http://london2011.civicrm.org/ and register soon - early birds (discounted) registration only goes for 2 more weeks! Oh, and there will be localisation and internationalisation sprint organised around CiviCon, so especially worth to attend if you're NOT using CiviCRM in English. :-)
Upgrade to version-agnostic POT files finished March 29, 2011, 9:48 a.m.
I’m happy to announce that the upgrade to common (i.e., version-independent) POT files has finished and you should be free to translate at your leisure.
Thanks a lot for your patience and – most importantly – for your contributions to CiviCRM!
— Piotr Szotkowski
Upgrade to version-agnostic POT files in progress March 28, 2011, 6:58 a.m.
I’m upgrading the CiviCRM POT backend to create version-agnostic POT/PO files for CiviCRM 3.4/4.0 – this will finally get rid of the per-version split of resources. Please bear with us this week; an announcement when we’re finished will follow.
Thanks a lot for your contributions and your patience!
— Piotr Szotkowski
Transifex upgrade in progress Dec. 6, 2010, 5:04 p.m.
The upgrade of CiviCRM project at Transifex is in progress; the changes are far from trivial, so please do be patient – we hope to have everything back in place by Thursdsay.
Transifex upgrade Dec. 2, 2010, 11:43 a.m.
Hey - we're still looking at the changes introduced with recent Transifex upgrade, but we're also busy with pushing out 3.3 stable at the moment, so please stay tuned and patient - we'll look into changes soon and adapt the project to new way of doing things.
Translation Team Coordinators! Oct. 18, 2010, 9:44 a.m.
Quick request to all of you coordinating translation teams - please don't leave translation review requests open, either approve them or deny. We are evaluating translation team coordination based on how long does it take for team members to get their requests approved or denied - if you have many open requests, we might start nagging you about it! :-)
Soft string freeze! June 23, 2010, 3:07 p.m.
With 3.2beta2 we're introducing our new translation maintenance process. It's time to announce something we called "soft string freeze" - we reviewed and checked for formal correctness the strings that are extracted for translation. Now, we are giving ourselves and our community one week, until beta3, to review our user interface and see if we need any improvements and fixes before formal string freeze. Just as a reminder, after formal string freeze, we'll do our best to avoid changing any strings in CiviCRM user interface - this way, we won't be stepping in our translators' ways and breaking ongoing translations. "Soft string freeze" means it's a last moment to take a look at your string bundles, see what has changed since 3.1, see if there is no quirks and annoyances to be fixed - and report any problems (ideally, with patches) to be fixed before formal string freeze.
More information: http://civicrm.org/blogs/michal/civicrm-32-beta-2-and-important-news-translators
We're moving to Transifex! May 5, 2010, 12:05 a.m.
Check details on <a href="http://civicrm.org/blogs/shot/migrating-transifex">CiviCRM blog</a>!