"CENO (short for Censorship.no!) is a mobile Web browser using a novel approach to circumvent Internet censorship infrastructure, allowing users living in a censored zone to share retrieved content with each other, peer to peer."
1. Download and Learn about CENO:
- Download CENO for Android! This is an important step to familiarize you with the tool and the original English strings and translations in context. CENO is currently only available to download on Android.
- Read through the How CENO Browser Works and CENO User Manual to better understand how CENO works.
2. Create a Hosted Weblate Account:
- Haven't created a Hosted Weblate account yet? Create one here.
3. Learn how to use Weblate:
- Learn how to navigate the Weblate dashboard and translation editor here.
4. Navigate to the (censorship.no!) project on Hosted Weblate.
- Here you can chose the language that you will be contributing to and begin translating in the translation editor.
5. Review the #Translation Guidelines:
- Make sure you are familiar with the Translation Guidelines before you begin translating. They contain important information like whether or not to translate or transliterate the project name.
Refer to the general Translation and Review Guidelines.
- Do not translate or transliterate the app name. If it is necessary to transliterate for users in your language, please leave "CENO" in Latin letters followed by the transliterated name in parentheses.
- Ex: Briar (برایر)
Translation Priorities & Resources
Please translate the CENO components in Weblate in the following order. The Android app and browser extension resources are the most urgent and important to translate and review first. The documentation will reference features and settings within the application and browser extension.
- 1. CENO Android App
- 2. CENO Extension
- 3. How-To Comics
- 4. CENO Website
- 5. User Manual