Translating WordPress to German for Switzerland

@nickweisser

  • Founder and DevOps ninja @openstream
  • Open source user and developer
  • Active WordPress, WooCommerce and Magento community member 
  • Wannabe blogger

Overview

  • The different German language packs
  • How to translate WordPress?
  • Creating language and release packs
  • Multilingual WordPress done right
  • Discussion

German WordPress Translations

  • German → German (Formal) – 100%
  • German – 100%
  • German (Switzerland) → German (Switzerland) Formal – 100%
  • German (Switzerland) – 0%
  • Swiss German → Swiss German (Formal) – 88%
  • Swiss German – 74%

How to translate WordPress?

  • make.wordpress.org/polyglots
  • wpcentral.io/internationalization

There are two weekly meetings on wordpress.slack.com in #polyglots. Wednesdays at 12:00 UTC and Thursdays at 2:00 UTC.

Creating Language Packs

  • Language Packs
  • Release Packages

Everything is automated as of WordPress 4.1

WordPress 4.1 polyglot instruction manual 

http://goo.gl/BaAuXj

Rosetta Site for de_CH

Rosetta Site for gsw

WordPress Dashboard

Multilingual WordPress

  • Babble
  • Polylang
  • WPML (paid)

Blog post Multilingual WordPress done right

http://opnstre.am/mlwpright

Multilingual content is definitely going to happen [in core] at some point, but there’s a lot of different markers that probably need to happen first for it to make sense for each of these steps to occur.

Andrew Nacin at WordCamp SF 2014

Thanks for listening

  • Comments?
  • Questions?

Slides are available at 

http://slides.com/nickweisser/translating-wordpress/

 

Contact me on Twitter @nickweisser, by email nick@openstream.ch or join us every Wednesday and Thursday on wordpress.slack.com

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