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French translation #58

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lxbarth opened this Issue Mar 21, 2013 · 8 comments

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lxbarth commented Mar 21, 2013

This issue is to coordinate ongoing French translation.

To contribute:

  • Fork learnosm to your account
  • Translate in french branch
  • Issue pull request from your french branch to the learnosm/french branch

Before starting into a translation throw out a quick note here on the thread what you're immediately working on.

The immediate part is important, let's not block each other with future plans :-)

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yohanboniface commented Mar 23, 2013

Here is a wiki page to define conventions of French translation: https://github.com/hotosm/learnosm/wiki/FrenchTranslation
Feel free to edit it, or suggest edits in comments here, and I will integrate them.

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yohanboniface commented Mar 28, 2013

Working on "Getting Started with JOSM".

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yohanboniface commented Mar 29, 2013

Working on "Start OSM"

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nicolas-chavent commented Mar 30, 2013

I'll be working on 0100-01-01-index.md

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Nick-Tallguy commented May 25, 2015

Fixed some image links in beginner / Introduction. Will fix others as I come to them whilst updating and removing redundant images.

@Nick-Tallguy Nick-Tallguy added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 23, 2015

@Nick-Tallguy Nick-Tallguy Merge pull request #58 from Anwaario/patch-22
Interim Guide for Further Reading - NB
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Nick-Tallguy commented Sep 17, 2016

Closing this as we have a 'working' system using Transifex at the moment. This isn't fixed in stone though, and I'd welcome any suggestions as to how to improve or simplify. There are currently variations in the menus depending on the language you are viewing - no intention to alter this unless there is discussion first.

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yohanboniface commented Sep 17, 2016

http://gitbook.com/ may be an option to consider.

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Nick-Tallguy commented Sep 17, 2016

Yes, that looks interesting. Needs further investigation. We currently average 500 people a day visiting LearnOSM, many using only languages other than English, so we'd have to make sure that the language options are covered ok. Also the search engines know where we are now.

I'll try to spend some time investigating.

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