Discourse in czech language


#1

hi, do you know if this tool is useful also fo other languages? I’m interested in Czech/Slovak. Is here someone who already use this in the Czech Republic?

Thank you

J.


(Jay Pfaffman) #2

I don’t know, but you can find out by creating an account at try.discourse.org and then clicking the avatar, the gear, and clicking the interface tab (or use this linkafter you’ve created an account).


(Daniel Hollas) #3

Hi! We use it in Czech. :slight_smile: Czech out https://forum.khanovaskola.cz

Most of the user-facing strings are translated (the admin interface is mostly in English). Let me know if you need more info!


#4

Oh, great :-), I’ll take a look at your forum and I’ll contact you, I’m curious about your experiences and recommendation. Thankx

J.


(Daniel Hollas) #5

Yep, feel free to log in and look around (we use SSO login via khanovaskola.cz). You can PM me via @danekhollas there or here. :slight_smile:


#6

Well, you and @danekhollas should help the team to translate it.

Here on Transifex we (all the translators) are working to do “discourse” multi-lingual :blush:

If you search here: https://www.transifex.com/discourse/discourse-org/languages/
You will find Czech with 66.03 % translated and Slovak with 61.68 % translated :slightly_frowning_face:

We have a lot of discussions about translating words here on #dev:translations :+1:

Please read the guides about transifex and how to use it.


(Daniel Hollas) #7

Yes, that’s what we’ve been doing. :slight_smile: Although not for a while, so “new” features such as discobot etc. are not translated.

Is it somehow possible to get the percentages for only user-facing strings? That would be a more useful metric for us.