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!FreedomBox is opened to newcomers from all over the world. <<BR>>Making !FreedomBox available in your native langage is the best way to start using the box:<<BR>> by being useful to the !FreedomBox community, you will make friends, get help when needed and learn faster.<<BR>> Let's get started! !FreedomBox is opened to newcomers from all over the world. <<BR>>Making !FreedomBox available in your native language is the best way to start using the box:<<BR>> by being useful to the !FreedomBox community, you will make friends, get help when needed and learn faster.<<BR>> Let's get started!
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!FreedomBox web interface is called Plinth. <<BR>>You can help translating navigation terms and messages to users generated by Plinth registering to the following collaborativ platforms. <<BR>>Make sure to introduce your self in order to avoid double translations. !FreedomBox web interface is called Plinth. <<BR>>You can help translating navigation terms and messages to users generated by Plinth registering to the following collaborative platforms. <<BR>>Make sure to introduce your self in order to avoid double translations.
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!FreedomBox is a collaborativ project where all voices are equal, newcomers included. Please read the [[/DiscussionLocalization|Discussion Localization]] page, react or launch a discussion about how you think your box content should be created and translated. !FreedomBox is a collaborative project where all voices are equal, newcomers included. Please read the [[/DiscussionLocalization|Discussion Localization]] page, react or launch a discussion about how you think your box content should be created and translated.

Translation(s): English - ?Français


How to Translate FreedomBox into your language ?

FreedomBox is opened to newcomers from all over the world.
Making FreedomBox available in your native language is the best way to start using the box:
by being useful to the FreedomBox community, you will make friends, get help when needed and learn faster.
Let's get started!

1. First Step: Welcome to FreedomBox Community

As a start, fell free to introduce yourself and your language on the #freedombox IRC channel or the discussion list.
Someone will guide you progressively towards two main fields opened to contribution, user interface and website content.

2. Option 1: User Interface (UI)

FreedomBox web interface is called Plinth.
You can help translating navigation terms and messages to users generated by Plinth registering to the following collaborative platforms.
Make sure to introduce your self in order to avoid double translations.

3. Option 2: Website Content (Wiki and Manual)

FreedomBox general introduction and user manual are built on a wiki website part of the Debian community.
Please register to the wiki and start collaborating on #freedombox IRC channel.

4. Tips and Tricks for Localization

Steps to test Plinth translations on the latest virtualbox image.

5. Discussion/Dispute Page

FreedomBox is a collaborative project where all voices are equal, newcomers included. Please read the Discussion Localization page, react or launch a discussion about how you think your box content should be created and translated.


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