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here is the Hungarian translation, I would appreciate it if it would be useful #180

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gplesz commented Mar 15, 2018

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raul commented Apr 9, 2018

Thank you @gplesz ! We'd like to have new translations peer-reviewed by at least one person, and sadly no one in our team knows Hungarian. Do you happen to have some friend or colleague that can help QA your translation?


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gplesz commented Apr 30, 2018

I'll do what I can @raul :)


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exoszajzbuk commented Jun 12, 2018

@gplesz Your effort is highly appreciated! Sadly or not, but Hungarian is not prepared for the modern software development terminology. For certain cases the translation is forcing virtually non-existent expressions.

Using these expressions only makes the understanding harder for anyone who is otherwise familiar with the concepts/technologies. What I'd suggest to refactor in your work and use the more generally accepted English expressions:

  • "kódtár" - as a transation for repository, even doing a Google search didn't return any valid results
  • "szoftver-mint-szolgáltatás" - SaaS is more commonly understood than the literal translation
  • "telepítés" - for deployment, this one is misleading and also not commonly used
  • "szerződés" - for contract
  • "esemény-folyam" - too complicated for stream

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gplesz commented Jun 13, 2018

@exoszajzbuk Thank you for your help!
No problem, I'll look at the text and fix these words.

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