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Add a languages directory and a readme file to help get started with translations #73

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@kovshenin
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The title says it all. Props @pixolin

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French translations #50

@ianstewart ianstewart merged commit 5746881 into Automattic:master
@pixolin

For me it is still somewhat confusing that line 55 of functions.php points to a nonexisting textdomain /languages while the added readme.txt with the hints for adding your own translation is placed in /translations. Also, since development of the twentysomething themes it has become good practice to have a subdirectory languages for that purpose.

@kovshenin
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Whoops! @pixolin not only is that confusing, but also incorrect. Addressed in #83. Sorry :)

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+Place your theme language files in this directory.
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+Please visit the following links to learn more about translating WordPress themes:
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+http://codex.wordpress.org/Translating_WordPress
+http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/load_theme_textdomain
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