German translation done
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 ...
- 6 replies
- 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 :- ))
- MIn reply tomarco⬆:Marco Jakobs @marco2021-03-15 18:44:39.176Z
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 ..
- 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/languageyou 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)
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)