How do I translate modules if the Cforge installation is not available in my language ?
Community Forge now offers it's collective work for download as a Drupal Distribution (http://drupal.org/project/cforge). A Drupal Distribution allows anyone to download and install an exact replica of our work on their own servers in just a few clicks. This is most likely the first time an organization run entirely by volunteers offers this level of professionalism, and we can all be proud of this achievement. After 3 months, more than 400 people have downloaded our distribution.
In order to make this work even more useful, we would like to start coordinating translations of this distribution to be able to have many different languages available.
The Drupal translation site, that translators will be using, is easy to use and is set up to translate only key phrases at a time. This makes it easy for you to translate a few phrases everyday and make it work around your schedule.
How to contribute as a translator: Make a translator account
- Go to http://localize.drupal.org/
- Click Log in/ Register
-* When you register, please join the language team Drupal offers in the languages you are comfortable translating to
- If you are registering for the first time, you will receive an e-mail from Drupal. Please follow instructions given
NB: Translating the CF Install interface and the CForge website are done differently, please see separate FAQ for those.
Presently, the installation is available in the following languages :
- English, French (finished)
- Spanish, Portuguese, German (1-days work to finish)