Translations can now be made using Weblate. We may still accept PRs for the internal translation files, but we won't provide support for this.
Request a new language
- New languages require some minor changes in the code which we have to apply manually. If you want to translate CryptPad into a new language, please send us an email at email@example.com
- Please note that members of the current development team are only fluent in English and French, so additional languages will require ongoing contributions in order to stay up to date.
- If a language becomes too outdated, we will consider dropping it from the available language until it is fixed.
- Please refrain from asking for a new language if you are not able to provide a sufficiently translated version and maintain it or to find other users that can do so.
Become a reviewer
- We need reviewers for all the languages except English and French. Their job will be to approve/reject/discuss the translations made by other contributors to this language, using the Weblate UI.
- If you want to become a reviewer for a language, please write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please tell us if you want to stop being a reviewer (even momentarily) so that we can find a replacement as soon as posible
Translate an existing language
- All translations can be done using the Weblate UI. For better help about how to use the tool, please check the Weblate documentation.
- Our Weblate instance is configured to always require approval for changes.
Update an existing translation
- Existing translations that have already been approved can't be changed directly. Users can only make suggestions, and the reviewers will have to approve the changes if they agree.
Translate a new key
- Untranslated strings can be changed by any user and the translation can be edited by others as long as it has not been approved by a reviewer.