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A Complete PHP-Fusion 9.0 Translation for Dutch by Douwe Yntema is available

https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion-9-Locale/tree/master/Dutch
Thanks!
Good work!
But how do you download this? One by one?
You take the whole thing in 1 zip. Find clone or download from the root in that section
Yes i find it.
But there is an error after upload.

When i delete settings.php and uplad the english one it works fine
The translation was not tested and I recently discovered some errors in it
Ok, but you also fix it?
I am working on it but had a lot of trouble set up a PHP-fusion V9 working version to test the translation. Still a lot of errors on the PHP- fusion system that slow down the testing of the translation

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I am working on it but had a lot of trouble set up a PHP-fusion V9 working version to test the translation. Still a lot of errors on the PHP- fusion system that slow down the testing of the translation
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no problem. you are doing a great job

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If you are interested:
http://demo.webrain.nl
- by douwe_yntema


Looks nice! if i can help you with something, please let me know.
is this version you use ready to upload somewhere so i can use it?
It is all available on github.
Feel free to add more file translated or edit existing ones.
I Set it on hold due to the many errors in Version 9, so for me I cannot fully test the translations already done.

https://github.com/douweyntema/PHP-Fu...n-9-Locale
Hi Douwe,
Just this week I updated an old forum from v7 to v9, and I am very willing to contribute to the Dutch translation. What is the best way to send updates?
And I see that a file like administration/security_settings.php is not part of the translation yet. Is there a preferred way to add files?
I am familiar with po-files, also with pull requests on github. If crowdin is the preferred way, I am happy to use that as well.

What would you prefer for communication? Just this forum thread?

I can imagine that a glossary and maybe a readme would be good additions to the git repo. A glossary would contain lines like:
thread = onderwerp
for instance. This way we can build up consistency.

This week I will be busy with some loose ends on my update, but I can install a clean site with clean translations from git and work from there.
Happy to work along with you and contribute to a v9 translation.
Okay, thanks.
I was using a translation from June. I see it is now much better.
I will add some suggestions when I run into things.
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