[wp-hackers] How to find translators

Marko Heijnen mailing at markoheijnen.nl
Sat Mar 23 20:53:32 UTC 2013


I disagree that a pot file will help. Most people have no clue how to use it. To me a GlotPress installation would really help.
Linking to it on your site, the plugin and a mention on the support forum would be a great first step.


Op 23 mrt. 2013, om 21:40 heeft Chloé Desoutter <chloe.desoutter+wphackers at gmail.com> het volgende geschreven:

> Hello David,
> I can't help but recommend to sollicitate people in your plug-in community.
> If you have your own forums, for example, you could put a request there.
> Please publish the pot files somewhere, and this will make things easier.
> HtH
> 2013/3/23 David Anderson <david at wordshell.net>
>> Hi,
>> Today, rather overdue, I added internationalisation code and a POT file to
>> one of my GPL plugins (http://wordpress.org/extend/**plugins/updraftplus/<http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/updraftplus/>- trunk version).
>> This is surprisingly easy (though somewhat time-consuming if starting from
>> a mature plugin). I'd encourage anyone who was putting it off to do so.
>> Question: Does anyone have any advice on how to attract translators? I've
>> added an appeal on the plugin page. But are there good places to find eager
>> translators? I spent some time Googling and looking around the Codex, but
>> only found articles on programming and various automated plugins.
>> Many thanks,
>> David
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