TensorFlow Docs Translations
This project contains translations of the technical content and Jupyter notebooks published on tensorflow.org.
Contributors are encouraged to use our GitLocalize project to submit pull requests and reviews: https://gitlocalize.com/tensorflow/docs-l10n
General docs instructions are available in the TensorFlow docs contributor guide.
To view translated content on tensorflow.org, select the in-page language
switcher or append
?hl=<lang> to the URL. For example, the
TensorFlow quickstart for beginners
tutorial is available in:
- Korean: https://www.tensorflow.org/tutorials/quickstart/beginner?hl=ko,
- Spanish: https://www.tensorflow.org/tutorials/quickstart/beginner?hl=es-419,
- Or any of the supported languages in site/<lang>.
If a human-translation does not exist, some pages fall back to a machine translation (MT). An MT page is indicated with a banner at the top of the page. If the MT page is not useful or confusing, please click the Switch to English button (and consider providing a human translation through the GitLocalize project).
Source content is aggregated from multiple GitHub repos into the
/site/en-snapshot/ directory used for translations.
Translations are published to the website on a periodic basis (usually weekly or
bi-weekly). If you find an error in the source content, please submit a fix to
the upstream repo and not the
/site/en-snapshot/ directory in this repo.
Do not translate
Not all content on tensorflow.org is translated in this project (or at all). Overview pages and navigation files are translated using another process. tensorflow.org does not translate the API reference, old versions, images, or time-sensitive sections like the installation instructions. Non-translated pages are automatically filtered in the GitLocalize interface.
The TensorFlow docs notebook tools are used for formatting and style consistency. This is integrated into the pull request workflow and can be run locally.
Official language support is determined by a number of factors including—but not limited to—site metrics and demand, community support, English proficiency, audience preference, and other indicators. Since each supported language incurs a cost, unmaintained languages are removed. Support for new languages will be announced on the TensorFlow blog or Twitter.
The community branch contains community contributed content for languages that are not officially supported by the TensorFlow team. This is an unmaintained archive that you can use for your own open source fork if your preferred language is not supported. Please let us know if you maintain a language! These docs are not published to tensorflow.org.