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HAZET
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Languages for adduser

Post by HAZET »

Hi,

I noticed you removed all languages but English from https://github.com/phpbbmodders/phpbb-3.1-ext-adduser. Did you have any particular reason? I had suggested some changes to the German translation and was disappointed to see them gone.

I'd be willing and able to help you with translations from English to German. Let me know.

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Re: Languages for adduser

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RMcGirr83 is in charge of those decisions. Basically you should post your work to the phpBB CDB support tab: https://www.phpbb.com/customise/db/exte ... pic/159636 Having non-English languages in the repository means we are stuck with old translations when we update extensions if the translator disappears. The easiest way for us is to allow them to be posted to a sticky in the CDB support tab for the extension. We don't have to try and hunt down translators or find new ones in order to do a new release. It's up to the translators to post their new file in the sticky. Literally RMcGirr83 is the only team coder here right now. I'm not a coder and I just host and maintain the site.
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Re: Languages for adduser

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Okay, thanks. Sounds. Logical. I will try to understand the system and post my translation.
I am not that great a coder myself. But I will see how I can contribute, I am quite good at debugging.

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