thanks for your help. I added pt-br to the user documentation. Currently we don’t have the resources to manage a translation of the admin doc to, so we will keep it english only at the moment.
Please request access to the zammad-user-documentation and I will add you as translator.
Hi @Hannes! Thank you!
I did as you asked!
You should be able to start translations right now.
Confirmed! Thank you a lot!
Despite the delay, pt-BR translation is done! What’s next?
@Hannes will push the updates by tomorrow which will give the first version in pt-BR
Also we’ll automate this task in the future to improve the translation process.
I just saw that pt_BR is live! Thank you! If I update the translation do I need to notify someone or is it automated.
I also noted that there’s a knowledge base section on agent documentation site but there’s no equivalent resource available in Transifex.
We’ll work on automating those processes in the future.
Right now - of course - you can ping us and we’ll do it asap.
Hannes will refresh the strings on Transifex, he’s just a bit busy at the moment.
You’ll find the current strings (also those that are missing like Knowledgebase) later on Transfix
@Hannes might ping you here?
Thank you @MrGeneration!
I saw some broken links and wrong text formatting so I will do a revision and let you know when I’m done.
I also did an extensive revision of pt-BR Zammad translation and it’s live on my installation. I did push the translation strings back to Zammad servers.
I struggled to keep things clear and concise. The default installation, for example, uses the words “ticket”, “chamado” and “ingresso” for the same thing, a ticket. I opted for the word “chamado” and used it all over the application.
The other day I instantiated a zammad.com to check some english terms and noted that the system is still using the old translation strings.
What can I do to have my translation revised and maybe accepted?
Thank you in advance.
I accepted most of the translation suggestions for pt-br.
The only two that were way off what google said (I try to anticipate if it’s legitimate) are those two:
It might be possible that you need to pull the latest translations before they are available in your instance(s).