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Translate into Russian

By Vladimir Lobyntsev @Ecolog2019-10-22 03:23:03.852Z

Make a translation into Russian

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  1. KajMagnus @KajMagnus2019-10-22 06:27:37.545Z

    Good idea :- ) I don't speak Russian, but if you know someone who does and wants to translate, then, the instructions:

    (steps 1 and 2 only). There's a CLA:

    1. NEugene @Noobchenko2019-11-07 17:59:58.398Z

      I translated into Russian.
      Translation file in folder ru_RU

      I would be very happy if you add russian translation )

      1. KajMagnus @KajMagnus2019-11-08 15:18:42.481Z2019-11-08 15:25:58.023Z

        Ok :- ) I'll include in the next release, hopefully some time next week.

        Can you please sign the CLA? By squashing the commits, and appending this to the Git commit message:

        I, Your Full Name <your@email.address>, agree to the Contributor License Agreement, docs/CLA-v2.txt.

        (see: )

        Or alternatively, just reply here to me that you agree to the CLA, i.e. this:

        (It's better if you squash the commits and edit the commit message — then i can include the translations in the main Git repository, which is slightly more convenient, when making updates, later.)

        1. NEugene @Noobchenko2019-11-08 18:50:31.356Z

          It seems to be done, check.

          1. KajMagnus @KajMagnus2019-11-11 13:46:22.402Z

            This looks fine & works fine, I've tested the translations on localhost now. (I noticed just a few tiny typos, e.g. an extra trailing . somewhere — I'll fix that later.)

            What if you squash the commits to just one commit, and keep the "I ... agree to the Contributor License Agreement ..." commit message, and then you submit a PR? Then I'll merge it.