[wp-hackers] Re: [wp-polyglots] Polygots' Issues

Simos Xenitellis simos74 at gmx.net
Mon Aug 8 14:08:05 GMT 2005

I sent an e-mail to the wordpress-hackers mailing list regarding the 
addition of the Greek translation.
Still did not make it at http://svn.automattic.com/wordpress-i18n/
and there was no response either on the mailing list.
It looks to me that there is no localisation-minded developer on the 
wordpress developers team.
Is anyone from this list interested to apply for an SVN account on 
wordperss so that she/he
can work with such translation issues?

I am cc:ing this e-mail to the wp-hackers mailing list as well.


Rafael Bracho wrote:

> I'm on the same boat.  I have a Spanish/Mexican (es_MX) version 
> available.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Michel Klijmij" <michel at klijmij.net>
> To: <wp-polyglots at lists.automattic.com>
> Sent: Monday, 08 August, 2005 03:42
> Subject: Re: [wp-polyglots] Polygots' Issues
>> Op ma, 08-08-2005 te 01:24 -0400, schreef Firas D.:
>>> It seems that, if we generalize translation to:
>>> 1) Finding things
>>> 2) Working with them
>>> 3) Submitting them once complete
>>> Most of you are fine with (2), many can manage (1), but (3) is 
>>> causing much hair-tearing. Is that correct?
>> Well, it says on the Codex that one just has to subscribe to this list
>> and Everything Will Be Okay. I have said a few times that I have a
>> translation (nl_NL) and would like to have it incorporated in WordPress,
>> and this was greeted with deafening silence except for one response of
>> someone who was also dutch.
>> I don't mind too much, as most people seem to be able to find my site
>> and the relevant files, but it strengthens the idea that the WordPress
>> people don't really care about other languages than English.
>> -- 
>> Kind regards,
>> Michel Klijmij

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