Calling all translators!

The upcoming version is almost ready for prime time.

The release includes a lot of changes to strings throughout the application, and I’d love to get some translations ready before releasing the new version.

Translation strings in Mizuu is quite simple. You just need to download an XML file with all the strings, and then translate them into your language. There are quite a number of strings, however, so it’s not something you do in five minutes. Most languages already have most of the strings translated, although some of the original strings have been updated and need to be updated as well in the translations.

You can find more details about translations here and here.

Feel free to e-mail me or comment below if you have any questions.

If you want to make it before the next update, I’ll need the translations by December 29, as the next version will be released on December 30.

Happy holidays, everyone!

8 Comments

  1. Hi,

    do you still need the translations for German?
    If you do I am willing to help 🙂

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    • Yes, definitely! That’d be great 🙂

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    • Sure! I’ll add any language as long as people are willing to translate to it 🙂

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  2. Hello, Switzerland here. I’d be happy to help with french translation.

    Your app is great, by the way !

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      • Hi, I’m also french, and willing to help as I saw some untranslated strings in the 3.0.2.
        Already started to edit some on an offline copy of the strings.xml file 🙂
        Yet, not much of a GitHub user, I don’t understand this line in your guidelines :
        git checkout -b branch-name-language dev and commit your translations.

        I hope I’ll be able to upload my file later on !

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        • Feel free to send me the file by e-mail then 🙂

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