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Symfony Blog:
Help Symfony reach 3 billion people
January 17, 2014 @ 11:53:02

The Symfony project wants your help to allow this popular PHP framework to reach more people all around the world (3 billion, according to them) by helping out with translations in the Validator and Security component.

Internationalization has been one of the pillars of the Symfony success since the very beginning. Besides providing tools to translate both the strings and the contents of your applications, Symfony itself is translated into a lot of different languages. [...] Some of these translations are incomplete or haven't been updated for a long time. For that reason, we are organizing a community initiative to improve the internationalization of Symfony.

The strings they're talking about are in the Validator and Security components and are currently in 20 different languages. They've broken up the ones they're needing help on into a few categories:

  • Completed translations
  • Incomplete translations
  • Unavailable translations
  • Additional translations

Obviously, they'd love ones from any of the last four in that list and they include a few steps on how to grab the latest version of Symfony and get translating.

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Link: http://symfony.com/blog/help-symfony-reach-3-billion-people

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