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Latest revision as of 09:43, 8 July 2020

Proprietary Web-Based Tools

Transifex

Transifex is the web-based translation platform used by the majority of Localization Lab supported projects at this time.

Getting Started

Sign up!

Translators:
Getting Started as a Translator
Using the Transifex Web Editor
Reviewing Strings
Developers:
Getting Started as a Project Owner
Using the Transifex API
Using the Transifex Client

General Resources

Understanding User Roles

Transifex Reporting

Calculating Contributor Word Counts

Open Source Web-Based Tools

Weblate

Localization Lab supported projects using Weblate: F-Droid, SecureDrop, FreedomBox

Getting Started

Sign Up!

Note that SecureDrop hosts their own instance of Weblate. You can register via the SecureDrop wiki page.
Translators:
Guide to Translating in Weblate
Developers:
Hosting Weblate
Application Developer's Guide
Administrator's Guide

General Resources

Pootle

Open Source Computer Assisted Translation (CAT) Tools

OmegaT