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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
 
This page describes the basic procedures of how to join Fedora Project L10n team and how to translate on the new Fedora translation platform Weblate.
 
This page describes the basic procedures of how to join Fedora Project L10n team and how to translate on the new Fedora translation platform Weblate.
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For everyone eager to visit the new translation platform, here is the URI:
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[https://translate.fedoraproject.org https://translate.fedoraproject.org].
  
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== Join in Fedora L10n project ==
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If you want to contribute to Fedora localization, you must sign up a FAS account. And if you like badges, you can connect once to Fedora Badges to get rewards later.
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== Translate on Weblate ==
 
Weblate is the new platform for Fedora Localization. Its modern web design helps the contributors finding projects very easily.
 
Weblate is the new platform for Fedora Localization. Its modern web design helps the contributors finding projects very easily.
  
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[[File:Login redirect fas.png|1024x768px|frameless|center|weblate_login_redirect]]
 
[[File:Login redirect fas.png|1024x768px|frameless|center|weblate_login_redirect]]
  
== Weblate User Interface ==
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=== Weblate User Interface ===
 
After you've logged in successfully, you can find the project you want to translate by clicking the 'Projects' link on top of the page.
 
After you've logged in successfully, you can find the project you want to translate by clicking the 'Projects' link on top of the page.
 
There is a 'Watching' button on right side of the page of each project. You can simply click that button to add the project to your watching list.  
 
There is a 'Watching' button on right side of the page of each project. You can simply click that button to add the project to your watching list.  
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[[File:Add to watchlist.png|1024x768px|frameless|center]]
 
[[File:Add to watchlist.png|1024x768px|frameless|center]]
  
== Online Translation ==
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=== Online Translation ===
 
There are two available modes for translators when they translate using the Weblate online editor: Zen mode and Full Editor mode(Single string mode). Single string mode contains only one string in the page, but provides very detailed information about the string. On the other hand, in Zen mode, detailed information are hidden, multiple of strings are shown in the page instead, which helps the translator moving to next string very quickly.  
 
There are two available modes for translators when they translate using the Weblate online editor: Zen mode and Full Editor mode(Single string mode). Single string mode contains only one string in the page, but provides very detailed information about the string. On the other hand, in Zen mode, detailed information are hidden, multiple of strings are shown in the page instead, which helps the translator moving to next string very quickly.  
 
Switch between the two modes is quite easy, just click 'Exit Zen' or 'Zen' on the top right of the page, it's located to the left of the preference icon.
 
Switch between the two modes is quite easy, just click 'Exit Zen' or 'Zen' on the top right of the page, it's located to the left of the preference icon.
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[[File:Project search.png|1024x768px|frameless|center|project string search]]
 
[[File:Project search.png|1024x768px|frameless|center|project string search]]
  
== Accessing the Fedora translation platform ==
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For further usage information about Weblate, please visit the official help [https://docs.weblate.org site].
 
 
https://translate.fedoraproject.org
 
 
 
Hard requirement: having a FAS account.
 
 
 
To be fully part of Fedora community, please make sure to sign FPCA.
 
If you like badges, connect once to Fedora Badges to get rewards.
 
 
 
Official help of Weblate is: https://docs.weblate.org
 

Revision as of 08:40, 8 March 2020

Fedora Localization Guide

Introduction

This page describes the basic procedures of how to join Fedora Project L10n team and how to translate on the new Fedora translation platform Weblate. For everyone eager to visit the new translation platform, here is the URI: https://translate.fedoraproject.org.

Join in Fedora L10n project

If you want to contribute to Fedora localization, you must sign up a FAS account. And if you like badges, you can connect once to Fedora Badges to get rewards later.

Translate on Weblate

Weblate is the new platform for Fedora Localization. Its modern web design helps the contributors finding projects very easily.

For new contributors, one should click the 'Register' on top right of the page, which will redirect to the FAS page, to begin register. Once you have completed your register or you already have FAS ID, you can click the 'Login' button to begin your contribution.

Weblate User Interface One
weblate_login_redirect

Weblate User Interface

After you've logged in successfully, you can find the project you want to translate by clicking the 'Projects' link on top of the page. There is a 'Watching' button on right side of the page of each project. You can simply click that button to add the project to your watching list. When you log in again next time, it will appear in your 'Dashboard/Watched Translations'. So you can click the 'Translate' button beside the project to begin your translation without having to navigate the project first.

Add to watchlist.png

Online Translation

There are two available modes for translators when they translate using the Weblate online editor: Zen mode and Full Editor mode(Single string mode). Single string mode contains only one string in the page, but provides very detailed information about the string. On the other hand, in Zen mode, detailed information are hidden, multiple of strings are shown in the page instead, which helps the translator moving to next string very quickly. Switch between the two modes is quite easy, just click 'Exit Zen' or 'Zen' on the top right of the page, it's located to the left of the preference icon.

  • Zen Mode
Zen Mode
  • Single String Mode
weblate single string mode

Weblate features an advanced search function, which makes the string filtering easier. The search button is located at the top left of the editor, below the project navigation. Furthermore, a search can also be done through the project overview page.

project string search

For further usage information about Weblate, please visit the official help site.