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Mailman supports many languages. The pages here provide information on h= ow to translate Mailman, who the current set of language champions are, and= much more information on internationalizing Mailman.
First of all, please join the mailman-i18= n mailing list. mailman-i18n is where we discuss any and all i18n (inte= rnationalization) issues. Please introduce yourself, so we get to meet you,= and to find out what you are going to contribute.
Is your language already supported in Mailman? Please see the list of Languages.
You don't have to be a professional or experienced translator to help wi= th the Mailman translation effort. It's a good opportunity to learn how to = handle Open-Source Software translations.
If you are experienced with OSS translations, there are (as always ) some projec= t-specific aspects to the procedure.
So, whether your disk is already stuffed with PO files and working copie= s, or if you haven't a clue what they are, you're equally welcome. Please s= ee our Mailman i18n howto, to find o= ut how to translate Mailman.
Your experience is also welcome in this wiki. Please add any information= you think will be useful. If you already use Mailman, you can give us feed= back at any stage on how it works for you, using the English interface, or = using the interface in your language. If you haven't used Mailman before, o= r haven't used it much, the translation procedure gives you a chance to get= to know Mailman better, so we welcome your feedback as you do that. Mailma= n is a very widely-used mailing-list manager in the Open Source world, so w= e are particularly dedicated to making it as accessible as possible. If any= one can't use it, for any reason, we want to know why.
You'll notice that we have a tracker where we'd like yo= u to submit any bug reports, feature requests, or specific information that= can be used to improve Mailman. Please register with it, and get those cru= cial details flowing in!
In general, this wiki is a great place to collect and organize informati= on that will help people use Mailman more effectively. We hope to expand al= l the spaces to provide more comprehensive Mailman information, for example= , current and user-friendly documentation. Please contribute anything you t= hink will be useful.------=_Part_33842_1762363778.1406190688468--