[Numpy-discussion] Japanese translation of numpy.org complete - proofreader help wanted

Ralf Gommers ralf.gommers at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 08:26:25 EDT 2021


Hi all,

We have our first complete translation of the numpy.org content, Japanese,
thanks to Atsushi Sakai. It would be really helpful if someone else who
speaks Japanese can proofread the translations. Then it's ready to deploy I
think - we just need to enable the language switcher widget, the code for
that was tested already.

Proofreading is done in Crowdin, which is a friendly interface for
translators see -
https://github.com/numpy/numpy/wiki/Translations-of-the-NumPy-website. This
should not take more than an hour or two I think, and would be a very
valuable contribution. If you'd like to do this and want help, or report
that it all looks good, you can reply here, comment on the PR that the
crowdin bot opened (https://github.com/numpy/numpy.org/pull/385), or use
the Discussions tab in Crowdin.

The Brazilian Portuguese translation is also close to complete (72%). If
anyone feels motivated to complete that, that'd be great too - it could be
taken along in the initial launch then. There were also some discussions
about correct Portuguese terminology I believe, Melissa could you point to
those in case that is relevant for completion?

Cheers,
Ralf
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