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Afrikaans translation for Jetpack plugin

  1. Hi guys

    Please help me setup the Afrikaans translation (af_ZA) for Jetpack on wordpress.com. Do I use the same request as on the Polyglots forum?

    WordPress.org username of the administrator: snapalot
    Language code: af
    Language name, both the English and the native name: Afrikaans, Afrikaans
    Country code: za
    Country name, both the English and the native name: South Africa, Suid-Afrika

    Thank you
    Kobus

  2. Added Afrikaans to Jetpack and set you as the validator. Thanks a lot for your help!

    http://translate.wordpress.com/projects/jetpack/2.5/af/default

  3. Thank you Jenia!

  4. Hi @jenia,

    I searched the forums for an answer to the following question but please just confirm that I'm on the right track:

    I cannot find the correct strings to translate on Jetpack's GlotPress - for example, I want to translate "Enter your comment here..." (Jetpack 2.4.2). This is an iframe hosted at wordpress.com, so I need to translate the project wpcom as well.

    Please create the Afrikaans translation as you did for Jetpack and add me to the project.

    Also, what is the quickest way to implement a translation for Jetpack's comments on my self-hosted WP site? Do I export a .po from GlotPress, generate a .mo and put it in /wp-content/plugins/jetpack/languages/jetpack-af_ZA.mo?

    I'm getting trolled on my site and desperately need an Afrikaans commenting system where visitors login to comment asap.

    Thanks for your time!

  5. This is an iframe hosted at wordpress.com, so I need to translate the project wpcom as well. Please create the Afrikaans translation as you did for Jetpack and add me to the project.

    Correct, not all strings that Jetpack loads come from Jetpack itself, it uses strings from WordPress.com as you've noticed. I added the Afrikaans translation project here and added you as a validator:

    http://translate.wordpress.com/projects/wpcom/af/default

    Thanks for your help!

    Also, what is the quickest way to implement a translation for Jetpack's comments on my self-hosted WP site? Do I export a .po from GlotPress, generate a .mo and put it in /wp-content/plugins/jetpack/languages/jetpack-af_ZA.mo?

    I am looking into this and will let you know once I find out from the developers. In the meantime, feel free to try (I would also try with jetpack-af.mo as the file name) and let me know if it worked :)

  6. Great stuff, thank you jenia!

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