Let’s get together and translate everything WordPress!
Be part of a 24-hour global event which will include an online livestreaming event and offline local Meetups in multiple locations. And will be dedicated to the translation of all things WordPress, from core to themes, and from plugins to marketing
No previous WordPress translation experience is required. Translation is generally from the English (US) text available.
At this event we will:
- Help you get started with translating WordPress plugins, themes, and other projects
- Share translation tips and tricks with each other
- Get to know global polyglots contributors via the WordPress international channel on Slack (#polyglots-events)
- Watch and/or share livestream videos of sessions and panels about WordPress translation (for more information, visit https://wptranslationday.org )
You will need a WordPress.org ID to take part. You can register an account from https://login.wordpress.org/register if you don’t have one yet.
Resources for organizers and participants:
- Getting Started Guide: https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/about/get-involved/first-steps/ [or its translation in your language]
- Glossary: [e.g. https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp/dev/ja/default/glossary ]
- Style Guide: [e.g. https://codex.wordpress.org/fr:Effort_de_Traduction ]
- How to join Slack: [http://chat.wordpress.org or your local Slack information, if you'll be using it]
- WordPress Translation FAQs: https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/frequently-asked-questions/
- Share pictures, videos, and conversations at the event using the #WPTranslationDay hashtag on social networks: https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/about/get-involved/guide-organize-a-local-event-on-global-wordpress-translation-day/#share-pictures-and-videos-from-your-event
Save the date – Saturday, 11 May 2019 will be the 4th edition of Global WordPress Translation Day (GWTD4).
The event will be a celebration of the Make WordPress Polyglots Team, shining a spotlight on the thousands of volunteers worldwide who give their time and skills to make this online platform available to even more people.
During the last Global WordPress Translation Day, 71 local events took place worldwide, involving 29 countries.
More information including minutes from the planning meetings will be published on Make WordPress Polyglots P2 under #GWTD4 tag in the coming weeks. Also, you can keep connected via the @TranslateWP twitter account.
If you are interested in helping with this event or following the discussion, you can also follow WordPress Slack polygots-events channel.
#GWTD4 #GWTD #WPKolhapur