[HOT] Translation English -> German
emir.hartato at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 15:04:23 UTC 2014
Sorry I missed your email.
Actually it's not really that difficult for translating LearnOSM if you can
follow the instruction here:
The other thing about HOT Tools translation under Transifex, so Transifex
is intended specially for software localization, and of course you need to
translate string by string. But in my case, I've been translating
OSM/QGIS/InaSAFE tutorial under http://inasafe.org, I have the same feeling
that the document I translated might out of context (I have hundred of
thousands of strings if you wondering). But usually, after I finished some
translation, I'm building the website on my local machine and review how
the translation would look like. If there's some mistakes, then I fixed
But it's up to you where do you want to start. Wiki page sounds good also
(and probably easier for you)
Let us know what you think and also if you have problem.
*Kind Regards,Emir Hartato*
On Sat, Oct 25, 2014 at 1:17 AM, <michael.bock at fau.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I wanted to get involved at the Humanitarian OSM Team as a translator. I
> am especially interested in the most important pages, for example I
> thought of learnosm.org. Currently only the Beginners Introduction is
> available in German. But Emir Hartato posted on the Mailing List that this
> is difficult because of Markdown styles. On the IRC I was told that
> https://www.transifex.com/organization/hotosm/ is a good starting point.
> But I am not really convinced because I don't want to translate strings
> out of contexts and I don't want to register again. I already registered
> on the OSM Wiki so maybe this could be the best starting point for me.
> Questions: What do you consider to be the most important pages for HOT on
> the wiki? And are there any possibilities to translate learnosm.org
> without the knowledge of Markdown styles, or are there any howtos to learn
> that to be able to do the translation? How to address problems like the
> German page of "Humanitarian OSM Team" seeming to be incomplete? Do you
> think that "Humanitarian OSM Team" and links might be a good starting
> point or are there better starting points? For example descriptions of
> current projects of HOT?
> Best regards,
> Michael Bock
> HOT mailing list
> HOT at openstreetmap.org
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