Dutch Missing Translation Tracking


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Hallo,

 

Thanks to @Squid, we now have an easy way to track and see any missing Dutch translations by comparing the Dutch github repo with the English Github repo.

 

To see missing words/phrases, please see here: https://squidly271.github.io/languageErrors.html#nl_NL

 

If you would like to make contributions to the Dutch Github Repo, please do so there and be sure to follow the instructions outlined in the README.md file.

 

All PR's will be reviewed by myself and @bonienl prior to any merges. 

 

Dank Je,

Spencer

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  • 3 months later...

I'll try to contribute some translations. I've now done two small files and will probably do some more in the coming weeks. Would you like them all as one big pull request or should I submit them as I go. (The first might cause a situation where others do translations that I've already stored locally.)

 

Unfortunately I won't be able to test my translations (at the moment), since I only have my main server running on 6.8.3. I might try to setup a test server in VMWare, but that would have to run inside of an Unraid VM. What could go possibly go wrong? I reckon this won't be too much of a problem since @SpencerJ and @bonienl will still be reviewing the PR's.

 

I'll also be reviewing the translations that've already been done. I'd like to suggest an alternative translation for 'Share' which is now translated as Map. Netwerkschijf or Netwerkmap seems more appropriate and maybe even keeping it as 'Share' would also be an option. Should I file a GitHub issue for this?

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15 minutes ago, ZekerPixels said:

I have never realy done anything with github, but gave it a try with a contribution of the translation for the Recycle Bin. If it doesn't show up or if anything is wrong let me know.

Hello @ZekerPixels! I don't see any open Pull Requests in the Dutch repo. I do see you have forked the repo. If you go into your changes with the file and push them into the Master Repo and and complete a Pull Request, I can review and merge. Please let me know if you have any questions here and feel free to DM me if need be.

 

I'm not sure if you are using Github Desktop or attempting to edit within the web editor.

If it's the web editor (easiest way), here's what you'll want to do:

Ex:

Click the little pencil in the top right header. This will fork the repo.

 

Insert your translations:

Ex:

%s used of %s %s %%=%s brugt af %s (%s %%)
---=
Active tunnels=aktive tunneller
Activity=aktivitet

(Danish example)

If you want to stop and commit your translations. Go to the bottom and under "Propose Changes" just put a little description like "dashboard lines 1-3".

 

This will take you to another page that compares changes between your forked file and the Master repo. If everything looks good, click "Create Pull Request". Then, I will be notified and will check to make sure the format looks good.

 

Easy enough? Please let me know if you have any questions!

 

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