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[de_DE] Translator access request #123

MagnumSociety opened this issue Jan 9, 2021 · 3 comments

[de_DE] Translator access request #123

MagnumSociety opened this issue Jan 9, 2021 · 3 comments


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@MagnumSociety MagnumSociety commented Jan 9, 2021


I would like to ask for access to help translating OpenTTD and its subprojects into German.

The German language is well known to me, and I promise to cooperate with my fellow translators to give the end-users the best experience possible.

Thank you,

@MagnumSociety MagnumSociety added the request_access label Jan 9, 2021
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@DorpsGek DorpsGek commented Jan 9, 2021

Thank you @MagnumSociety for your request to be part of our community.

Soon, often not longer than a day, a Core Developer will process your request.
Till that time, please sit tight.

For the Core Developers

User @MagnumSociety is requesting access to language de_DE.

Please reply with either /approve or /deny in the first line of your comment to process this request.
If you /deny, please be so kind to leave a reason why.

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@frosch123 frosch123 commented Jan 10, 2021


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@DorpsGek DorpsGek commented Jan 10, 2021

Good news, @MagnumSociety, your request has been approved!
You now have access to de_DE.

If you are not a member of OpenTTD yet, you will receive an invitation shortly (or click here).
You will have to accept this invitation before your membership is updated.

You can login to eints to start working on the translation.
Feel free to talk to your fellow translators in your Team.

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