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November 2, 2011 / scottisafool

Get Involved: Translations

As has been mentioned before, WebTone is currently available in a few languages (Italian, Dutch, Chinese and Spanish). To manage the translations and to make it easy for my amazing translation volunteers to manage the translations they’re doing, I use Amanuens which was recommended to me by @dereklakin (thanks by the way!). Amanuens allows you to do all the translations through their website and it will then get put into the WebTones project for when I build it.

Previously with Amanuens, I would have to create a new account for a translator, but now they’ve allowed developers to make it even simpler by letting us create a project widget that potential translators can click on to let them choose the language they want to create.

So if you would like to help out with WebTone and add further language support to it, click the widget below (it’s also in the sidebar on the right).

Amanuens Widget

SL

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