The Global WordPress Translation Day is a one-day contributor initiative of the WordPress Polyglots team, dedicated to support new people who would like to translate WordPress into one of the 160 languages WordPress is available in.
The Global WordPress Translation Day will take place on Sunday, April 24th, starting at 0:00 UTC and will go on for 24 hours covering all time zones.
Why should I participate?
Translating WordPress and all its plugins and themes into dozens of languages and many more regions is a huge job. The WordPress Polyglots team is mainly community-driven and thus needs your help as a native speaker. If you are using WordPress (or even if you don’t) and want to tune up your translation skills, just give it a try! It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or experienced WordPress user!
The Global WordPress Translation Day is the perfect event to introduce you to the whole idea, the projects and the community.
What’s going on?
There will be live training sessions streaming 24 hours, containing tutorials about translating WordPress into different languages including general instructions and specifications for your particular language. You can find the session schedule on the website.
There will also be some local and remote translation contributor days, where you can jump right in and contribute with your first translations, led by experienced WordPress translators and i18n experts.
How can I get involved?
Just head to http://wptranslationday.org/ and fill out the form – you will be added to the participants list and get all the information you need.
Make sure to check out https://translate.wordpress.org/ too, where you can find all the information you need to start contributing today – or anytime you want.
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Everything you see here, from the documentation to the code itself, was created by and for the community. WordPress is an Open Source project, which means there are hundreds of people all over the world working on it. It also means that you are free to use it for anything you want: from your recipe site to a Fortune 500 website – without paying anyone a license fee! Plus a number of other freedoms!
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