Immediately we’re excited to have a good time a serious milestone – ethereum.org now helps 30 languages! 🎉🎉🎉
Since launching web site translation program Seven months in the past, we noticed decentralized collaboration having a profound impression on the ecosystem, benefiting a whole lot of 1000’s of group members world wide.
As of at the moment, 467 volunteers from 52 language teams are serving to non-English talking communities entry ethereum.org of their native language.
Thanks to those volunteers, 16% of all site visitors to ethereum.org is now directed to non-English variations of the positioning. Over time, this quantity has elevated considerably.
Two months in the past, the web site staff set a objective for the second quarter so as to add 6 extra languages to the 24 languages that existed on the time. We’re proud to have achieved this milestone by integrating the next languages:
- Norwegian v.1.1
- Conventional Chinese language v.1.1
- Malayalam v.1.1
- Ukrainian v1.1
- Lithuanian v.1.0
- Portuguese v.1.0
- Italian v1.0 -> v.1.1 (up to date)
Q3: Upgrading present languages to Websites v1.1
In Q3, we set a brand new objective of upgrading all languages to v1.1, the most recent model of ethereum.org, to replicate the present content material of the positioning. There are presently 16 languages awaiting an improve to v.1.1 that construct on earlier content material. As well as, extra content material might be up to date in Q3/This fall. Under is a listing of the languages we’re presently specializing in, paired with percentages that point out translation progress:
- Portuguese Brazilian (83%)
- Lithuanian (79%)
- Dutch (69%)
- Spanish (69%)
- Russian (59%)
- Portuguese (56%)
- Warts (52%)
- Japanese (48%)
- Korean (48%)
- Greek (48%)
- Polish (48%)
- Slovenian (48%)
- Czech (48%)
- Persian (44%)
- Thai (38%)
- Vietnamese (19%)
Fascinated by contributing to our translations? We encourage you to work in the direction of the most recent model (v 1.1). For those who’ve already began working with a decrease model, no downside. Add the completed model to your web site.
Once more, please proceed to assist our Q3 targets. In fact, assist for languages not on the listing is all the time welcome.
How you can take part?
Listed here are the most recent updates we have made throughout our web site translation program:
1. Acknowledgments web page
We want to thank everybody who helped us attain this milestone. We’ll quickly have a particular recognition web page with a listing of volunteer names (or nicknames for individuals who worth their privateness). If you need to vary your present identify or stay nameless, please observe the directions on the finish of this part to vary your Crowdin profile settings.
2. Prime 10 contributors listing
Sooner or later, to acknowledge the excellent contributions of those particular contributors whereas additionally encouraging potential present and new volunteers to hitch our power, we’ll present a reputation and temporary abstract (i.e. There might be a separate desk exhibiting language, phrase depend).
3. Fill Github and Twitter handles
Along with our acknowledgments web page, we persistently thank our contributors on Twitter. At any time when a brand new language was up to date, we gave our contributors a fast acknowledgment by mentioning their nickname (or actual identify) within the announcement on Twitter.
Along with the present format, we want to tag the contributor’s Twitter deal with and point out the GitHub account within the Twitter announcement. To standardize this course of, contributors can enter info they need to share on her Crowdin profile. The steps beneath function reminders and guides for coming into the required info.
To replace your Crowdin profile:
go to [Account Settings]
Please fill in [About Me] A bit containing info you need to share. This can seem in your Twitter announcement.
a. Identify (or Nickname):
d. Nameless: Sure / No
If you don’t want to be launched or want to stay nameless, we’ll respect your desire. Go away the situation empty and test the “Nameless” discipline to Sure.
4. content material translation program
Lastly, we’re completely satisfied to announce that the primary batch trial of the Content material Translation Program has been efficiently accomplished. We additionally fastidiously chosen three of his articles beneath to experiment with increasing our translation work to his non-Ethereum.org content material.
- Ethereum 2.0 Section by EthHub: German, Brazilian PortugueseKorean, Arabic, French, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish
- Conspiracy by Vitalik Buterin: German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, sprucing
- How Does Ethereum Work Anyway? Preeti Kasireddi: German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil)
We’re completely satisfied to deliver this nice content material to you in different languages. However for now, we’re shifting our focus to lots of new content material coming to ethereum.org. For those who’re already engaged on content material for this ecosystem, don’t fret!
be part of this system
We’re very pleased with our latest milestones and sit up for including extra languages sooner or later to serve a fair wider world group. As all the time, an enormous thanks to all of the volunteers who gave their time and vitality to assist this program.If you have not joined this system but and are interested by becoming a member of, please be part of us right here!🦄
Particular because of Joseph Schweitzer for his nice suggestions and inlak16 for his fantastic celebratory animation.