The democracy localization project is still chugging along. We now have over a dozen translations that are near or completely finished. They are:
Basque, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish
These translations still need people to verify correctness and finish off the one or two untranslated phrases remaining. On top of that, as Democracy changes, we need people to check back and make sure that new phrases are translated. You can do that by pulling into our Translation Station and checking on your favorite language using Rosetta’s easy-to-use interface.
On top of that, we have several major languages still in the works, including Russian, Korean, and Hebrew. We need all the help we can get to ensure that these translations are finished by the time Democracy will support translations across all of it’s platforms. If your language still hasn’t been translated, you can help us out by doing it yourself. You can do this by going into Rosetta. Create an account, and then select your preferred language. That language should automatically appear as untranslated in Democracy’s language list, and you can go in and get started. We need your help to make democracy world-famous. Thanks.