Tokenly Pockets is already great but can become even better if we translate it into several languages.
Before we can translate I think we’d need to prepare the code for translation (or at least UI text strings).
Edit: Maybe I should clarify that “us” means the community members who’d like to have a multilingual version of Pockets, and not Tokenly the company
I’m up for covering the integration is someone else wants to go through Pockets and translate all the text that appears throughout the application. Just putting it in a Google Sheet that is linked to here would be a great start.
Hi guys. I suggest we take the translation effort to transifex. Counterparty actually already is using that platform (not sure how much progress they have made with this since I haven´t checked there lately). I am no transifex expert but I know that if you are a non-for-profit you can get a free account for your project. It is nice since you can set it up to translate strings into different languages and automatize updating on github I think. I also have participated in transifex translation of the storj project materials. I can help with german and spanish.
hmmm… it seems like that could get expensive to do. Maybe we could find various community members to help just translate it. Helene: it helps that you know spanish and german, and i will ask a very heavy LTB user that knows russian and english to do that side. I will invite him now
what do you mean expensive? you can´t get an account for non-profits? I guess I am not sure what company Tokenly Pockets goes under. Can´t you make a deal to have it perhaps added to the counterparty translation project
Actually I just remembered that I once helped a person on the LTB forum to translate something for his own business (got paid in LTBcoin ) and he got a limited time account that didn´t cost anything. I think it was good for 1 or 2 months. So if this tokenly pockets thing is not a lot of text to be translated we could pull it off in 1 month and be done with it before they start charging you.
That is where it might be kind of grey areaish… Tokenly Pockets isnt Counterparty so that might not be acceptable, but i can look into it more when i get the time (usually with those sites i just look at their pricing first and thats what i did in this case)
like I said, there is a 30 day free trial option even for regular users, and it says “Got an Open Source project? Crowdsource translations for your Open Source project for free!” Is Tokenly Pockets not open-source?