To make Steem more easy to use, we've made it possible for the program to be translated into languages other than English.
We need bilingual Steem users to help us out. First
of all, we need foreign-language pages for the Steem
website so that people can download it without having to
learn English first. Then we need people to translate the
program for us. Click here
to see what should be on a foreign language page for
Steem. You can add to the page if you like, as long as you don't
remove any of the key points. We don't mind
what format you create the page in (text or HTML) as long as it
is clear where the links are so we can make them work. If you
want to edit the HTML directly then the best way is to right click
on this link and select
"Save Target As..", this will preserve all
the formatting of the HTML making it easier to edit. When you
have finished e-mail it to us and we'll upload it as soon
as we can.
to download the list of text to be translated. Full
instructions are included, and your hard work will be
rewarded by a credit in the program, as well as the
admiration of your countrymen!
How it Works
When Steem is run, it looks for a file called Translate.txt, or Translate_*.txt, in the same directory.
This file contains translations of the text which Steem displays in its dialog boxes. If it finds the file,
it uses it to present its interface in the new language.
Here are all the people who have helped us translate Steem so far, many thanks to you all:
Gabriel Huertas (aka Dr. WorST) - Spanish translation and web pages
Rémi Bara - French translation and web pages
Torsten Keltsch (aka mOdmate/CheckPoint) - German translation and web pages
Dima Sobolev - Russian translation and web page
Arnaldo Abrantes - Portugese translation and web page
Joao Manatas - Portugese translation
Luciano Palladino - Italian translation and web page
Metallo - Polish translation and web page
Enrico Motta - Dutch translation and web page
Themis Papassilekas (aka Gryzor) - Greek translation and web page
Marko Latvanen - Finnish translation and web pages
Harald Brorson - Norwegian translation and web page
Yoko Yamaki - Loads of Dutch translations
Pavel Puchala - Czech translations and web page
Daniel Nylander - Swedish translations and web page