We’re gearing up for our next big release with a huge feature that’s been coming for a long time: Internationalization. This means that users from around the world can enjoy Democracy in their native language. The coding of this feature is all wrapped up, and now all that’s left are the translations. Some of you have been following our early translation process, and a few devoted volunteers helped us translate early drafts in languages like Spanish, French, Dutch, Romanian, and more.
As we add more features, we come up with new phrases and words that need to be translated. As of today, the number of strings that need translation has more than doubled, and we’ll be adding more with every new release. We’re calling out to anyone who speaks a non-english language to help make Democracy a global phenomenon. You can translate as much or as little as you want here:
Simply by logging in and using the super-easy web interface. Every little bit helps, and every translated string puts us one step closer to our goal. If you’ve translated before, or if you want to get started, now’s the time to lend a helping hand.
If anyone has any questions about the translation process, or needs help starting a new language, feel free to email oppy at pculture.org