HI Hossein, *,
On Sat, Feb 20, 2021 at 7:01 PM Hossein Noorikhah <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
We have completed the translation of the strings for the new design of the
website into Persian:
So I think it is great to have the new design activated for Persian.
Note that only some of the automatically generated elements of the
site are translated in weblate, the main portion of a site would need
to be created in the CMS as free-form text content.
So if you don't already have an account on TDF SSO, please create one
and then you can use that user to login to
https://www.libreoffice.org/admin - then please poke to have your
silverstripe (user that is created automatically) granted the
permissions to edit the Farsi/Persian site. It is populated with a
skeleton of the English site, but feel free to completely cut that
down to only relevant information.
There are two issues remaining:
1. TDF weblate admins should kindly add Persian as a new language in the
website extensions translation, so we can translate it:
Done. Idea was to have l10n team leaders be able to do do that
themselves for the non-LibreOffice core projects where there are
hundreds of files), but our group/role layout doesn't contain the
necessary permission for that ..
2. Persian/Farsi is an RTL language, so there should be some design changes
to the website template so that it supports RTL languages. Many things
should be mirrored, including the position of the logo on the top left; It
should be moved to the right of the page. Is there a git repo for the theme?
the templates are in
- however we're in the process of redesigning the site completely, so
probably not worth spending too much effort into adding proper RTL
support into the existing mess....
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