Call for help: Yii Internationalization
Posted 26 April 2009 - 03:16 AM
Posted 08 August 2009 - 01:43 PM
Is there anyone please guide me how to configure internationalization on Yii? Or Can you show me what page does this? I have search and read in Yii cook book, but I still not able to image what I need to do!
Posted 09 August 2009 - 12:39 PM
would u please put me as Portuguese translator?
We are calling for your help to translate various components of Yii into the languages listed below. Since this requires tremendous long-term effort from our community, we created a new Google project named <a href='http://code.google.com/p/yiidoc/' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='nofollow'>yiidoc</a> to manage the process.
If you are willing to participate, please PM me with your gmail account, the language to you want to translate, and the component(s) that you want to work on. Currently we have the following components to be translated:
- core framework messages
- system view files
- requirement checker view files and messages
- the Definitive Guide to Yii
- the Yii blog tutorial
Thank you very much!
The following members have generously offered help to work on the translation:
<ul class='bbc'><li>Bulgarian: penkomitev
</li><li>Dutch: Sacha Telgenhof, Maxximus, dalip, letscode
</li><li>French: tof, kiwisoft, ilzale
</li><li>German: Ascomae, mikl, pmatulla
</li><li>Greek: GoofyX, dotoree
</li><li>Hungarian: ggyorfi, Endyl
</li><li>Indonesian: rx_sa, Kabayan
</li><li>Japanese: mocapapa, rogue_engineer, wjx, iwasaki
</li><li>Polish: e_t_k, aztech
</li><li>Portuguese: raragao, Flavio, Luiz, Wanderson, mnobre, alexweber, jjmf, davi_alexandre
</li><li>Russian: Scott Tiger, Bethrezen, samdark, Konstantin Mirin, xenon, Caveman, ru.multif, cr0t
</li><li>Spanish: mercurial, sebas, PoL, ing.espitaleta, buritica
</li><li>Swedish: tri, krillzip
</li><li>Simplified Chinese: tangniyuqi, Leric, nowgoo, sharehua, dofy, thaiki, dreaminto, kran, moho, cr0909
</li><li>Traditional Chinese: clementchen
</li><li>Vietnamese: hnhuan, hung5s</li></ul>
Posted 21 August 2009 - 08:53 AM
Has anybody looked at how the Cake dudes are doing their documentation/translation?
They actually wrote an engine (about 2 years ago) which handles all the pages and languages. If the translation is out-dated, the translated page or paragraph will get a WARNING message, seen by everybody that something has changed in the original copy of the document, so be aware.
I think we'd need something like this because the popularity of Yii is growing bigger and bigger every day
Just an idea. Thoughts?
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Posted 21 August 2009 - 09:46 AM
In addition, I'd mark each documentation page as to which framework version they are suitable for.
So foreigners won't give up when they see outdated docs only because they believe it's invalid. (They could be directed to the changelog to see the differences, though.)
Posted 08 January 2010 - 10:08 AM