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I've been active for German translations at Transifex and would like to contribute and help with German over at WebLate as well. Blush Currently, I'm also helping OSMC with their translation efforts.
Translating as well as reviewing is fine for me.
Hi @Chillbo

Thanks so much.
I added you to the German language team.

I think @ksooo is reviewing all components for German Wink
@Gade Two reviewers is better than one..? If not, I'll remove it.
Two reviewers are definately better than one.
But better ask ksooo about it before adding more reviewers.
I know he has worked really hard getting German into shape. And also creating a working glossary.


EDIT: Just talked to @ksooo.
@Chillbo, I have added you as German translator. Feel free to add any comments to approved strings.
user "taxigps" (Github) for the Chinese Translate
Sounds great, thanks.
Chinese (China) or Chinese (Taiwan)?
(2021-09-03, 12:00)Gade Wrote: [ -> ]Sounds great, thanks.
Chinese (China) or Chinese (Taiwan)?

Chinese (China)
Great, I added you to the Chinese (China) language team.
Pls add NotAdityaPawar for Hindi translation
Thanks.
You're added to the Hindi language team and should be able to translate everything now.
Another one for the german language Team here Smile
Hi @semool.

Thanks a lot.
I added you to the German language team.
Hello,

I would like to help for the translation into French.
My username on Weblate is thombet: could you please add me?
(2021-09-24, 09:15)ThomB Wrote: [ -> ]I would like to help for the translation into French.

We have French (France) and French (Canada) on offer.
I'm not sure how much difference there is between those two, but do you care to pick one, or two?
(2021-09-24, 09:18)Klojum Wrote: [ -> ]
(2021-09-24, 09:15)ThomB Wrote: [ -> ]I would like to help for the translation into French.

We have French (France) and French (Canada) on offer.
I'm not sure how much difference there is between those two, but do you care to pick one, or two?

I'm not sure either of the difference so I prefer to pick only French (France) since I live in France and I don't want to mistranslate things for my friends in Canada ^_^
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