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Offers of translation
(plase add yourself if you wish to translate parts of Django to other languages)
- German (de_DE): hugo <gb@…>, Paulus <krabbe@…>
- French (fr_FR): yeiazel <yeiazel@…>
- Czech (cs_CZ): radek.svarz@…
- Simple Chinese (zh I think): alang.yl@…
- Italian (it_IT): Carlo C8E Miron <carlo.miron@…>, Wilson Miner <djangoproject@…>, Paolo Dina <paolo@…>, Ludovico Magnocavallo <ludo@…>
- Serbian (sr): Nebojša Đorđević <nesh@…>, Petar Marić <petar.maric@…>
- Norwegian (nb): Espen Grindhaug <espen@…>
- Slovenian (sl): Jure Čuhalev <gandalf@…>, Gašper Žejn <zejn@…>
- Dutch (nl_NL): Ksenia Marasanova <ksenia@…>
- Russian (ru): Ksenia Marasanova <ksenia@…>
- Hebrew (he): Ksenia Marasanova <ksenia@…> (not my native language, so any other volunteers are welcome ;-)
- Latvian (lv): Edgars Jēkabsons <edgars@…>
- Spanish (es_ES): Ricardo Cárdenes <ricardo.cardenes@…>
- Polish (pl_PL): Maurycy Pawłowski-Wieroński <maurycy@…>
- Brazilian Portuguese (pt_BR): Arthur Henrique Zapparoli <arthurzap@…>
Apparently, there are others who have offered, including Russian, but I haven't tracked them down on the mailing list or ticket. -- Moof?
Rosetta is the translation portal of (but not limited to) the Ubuntu project. Translators can work through-the-web or by downloading, editing and uploading the PO files. Zope 3 project has recently switched using this facility.
Template based localization
Since code and content do not get translated, only templates need translation. Therefore localizations could be done in a way that apache does them, with eg. template.html.en (or template.en.html) for English and every other locale in a similar way.
There's only one thing I am not sure about ... how is /admin/doc made?