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German translation done

By Marco Jakobs @marco2021-02-10 12:40:05.401Z

Hi @KajMagnus

you seem to be the master of desaster when it comes to translations ;-)

I think Talkyard is the best solution for adding comments to websites done with Ghost, thank you for sharing this great project. Unfortunately I need it in German frontend language, so I've done and contributed a full German Translation (informal "Du" version).

Please find my Pull Request #71 in your GitHub repo.

As far as I see I can't add it to my installation without some work from your side, so please kindly inform me when I can update my installation to use it. :-)

Let me know if you have any questions or need more ...

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  1. KajMagnus @KajMagnus2021-02-12 16:42:10.269Z

    Hi Marco, thanks for the translation (!). I'll have a look during the weekend

    (B.t.w. I want to be the Master of both Desaster and Disaster too :- )
    This is really going to make Googlebot confused, what is this site about actually o.O :- ))

    1. MMarco Jakobs @marco2021-02-12 18:14:34.937Z

      Lol, there comes the German phrase after a day of translations ;-) Thanks for taking care of my contribution!

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      Marco Jakobs @marco2021-03-15 18:44:39.176Z

      Hi @KajMagnus,

      is there any ETA for the release which includes my German translation? I've seen you've merged that some weeks ago, but still there is no release version ..

      Thank you!

      1. KajMagnus @KajMagnus2021-03-15 19:30:13.007Z

        Oh sorry I forgot to message you about that. The version with the German translation got released a week ago (or even two?).

        So if you go to: https://your talkyard site/-/admin/settings/language you should see German in the dropdown.

        (Seems I'll need to set aside 1 hour each day, to reply to people and write release notes.)

        (Thanks for contributing the translation)

        1. MMarco Jakobs @marco2021-03-15 19:54:47.593Z

          Great, indeed ... there it is :-)

          I saw some small issues and a typo in my first overview, in which repo do I need to correct this (still worried about the separate translation repo)

          1. KajMagnus @KajMagnus2021-03-16 04:01:20.531Z

            It's this repo: https://github.com/debiki/ty-translations (I recently renamed it from ty-cla to ty-translations).