# For New Contributors

Weblate does not offer membership control in their OSS license. As the platform is getting popular, more abusive behaviour is being noticed. As a result, even if you contribute to App Manager, your contribution will not be added to the project unless you submit a request via GitHub or E-Mail asserting that you've read and understood the translation policies (click the Info tab). Existing contributors will not be affected by this (but translations policies are still applicable to them).

Component Translated Unfinished Unfinished words Unfinished characters Untranslated Checks Suggestions Comments
Main GPL-3.0 62% 15,314 73,434 514,605 15,147 583 138 7
Disclaimer GPL-3.0 64% 74 2,087 11,892 42 5 14 0
Docs GPL-3.0 36% 2,682 159,799 1,133,055 2,539 194 6 3

#### Overview

Project website muntashirakon.github.io/AppManager
Instructions for translators

# Translating App Manager

Some of the regular translators have complained that a few new contributors are hampering their efforts by repeatedly mistranslating strings and/or translating strings without context because they do not actually use the app or is not particularly familiar with the features. Translating App Manager requires some domain-specific knowledge meaning that not everybody is able to understand the context of a string unless they are familiar with it. In the light of these events, we feel the necessity to enforce some rules and regulations to limit such abusive behaviours.

## Requirements

1. You should have an account in GitHub so that you can communicate with the other contributors should you encounter any issues or have problems understanding the context of a string.
2. You must have some knowledge regarding Android ecosystem. For example, you must be familiar with terms such as permissions, API/SDK, components, signatures, app operations, etc.
3. You must only translate App Manager to a language that you are quite familiar with in the context that you actually use the language to communicate with people. Learning a language only theoretically may make you expert on the language, but you may still lack the knowledge regarding how people actually use the language in real life. “No translation” is better than “bad translation”. While it is perfectly okay to take help from a machine, translation should be decided by you, not the machine.

## Penalties

1. If we are convinced that you didn't fulfil the requirements above, we shall permanently block your account.
2. If we discover any attempts of spamming or any other malicious behaviour, your account will be blocked permanently. No appeal can be made against the decision.
3. If we find that you are involved in mistranslating a string either intentionally or due to machine translations, or involve in a translation war where you are the adversary, you're account will be blocked temporarily or permanently depending on how abusive your actions were.
4. The use of NSFW is considered an abusive behaviour and if you use such words in a comment in Weblate's App Manager project, you will be blocked temporarily.

Except penalty no. 2, you can appeal against the decision using the official channels such as GitHub, Telegram or E-Mail.

## Changes to the policies

Changes to the policies shall be announced via the announcements.

Effective since: 7 February 2023 Last edit: 7 February 2023

Project maintainers muntashir
Translation license GPL-3.0 Main Disclaimer Docs

#### String statistics

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#### Activity in last 12 months

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Albanian 25% 880 4,158 27,891 879 17 15 0
Arabic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Arabic (Saudi Arabia) 4% 1,121 5,193 36,936 1,120 0 0 0
Balinese 1% 1,163 5,266 37,435 1,163 0 0 0
Belarusian 1% 1,160 5,260 37,388 1,160 0 0 0
Bengali (Bangladesh) 30% 821 4,311 29,953 786 31 4 0
Chinese (Simplified) 88% 182 15,303 108,288 165 6 75 0
Chinese (Traditional) 83% 253 16,048 114,647 218 27 1 0
Czech 9% 1,063 4,975 34,389 1,061 3 5 0
Danish 2% 1,153 5,251 37,322 1,153 0 0 0
Esperanto 7% 1,094 5,149 36,575 1,089 2 0 0
French 73% 419 18,393 130,581 415 94 2 0
German 92% 111 8,477 60,849 83 19 4 2
Greek 17% 977 4,535 30,614 974 4 0 0
Hebrew 16% 988 4,617 31,767 987 2 23 0
Hindi 73% 318 1,993 12,519 315 7 2 0
Hungarian 24% 892 4,313 30,074 890 8 1 0
Indonesian 92% 93 709 4,532 91 43 0 0
Italian 99% 1 4 30 0 0 0 0
Japanese 71% 440 17,529 124,581 402 97 2 0
Korean 77% 358 17,082 120,669 348 25 1 0
Norwegian Bokmål 75% 285 2,215 15,835 163 136 2 2
Persian 85% 171 1,262 8,012 169 5 1 0
Polish 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Portuguese 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Portuguese (Brazil) 75% 381 18,224 129,050 378 2 0 0
Romanian 51% 576 3,068 19,101 575 2 16 0
Russian 79% 316 16,735 118,665 305 13 1 0
Sinhala 1% 1,157 5,257 37,376 1,157 0 0 0
Spanish 86% 204 16,692 118,899 192 6 0 2
Swedish 5% 1,119 5,198 36,980 1,119 0 3 0
Turkish 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ukrainian 99% 4 20 214 3 7 0 1
Vietnamese 76% 370 18,083 128,380 368 5 0 0
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muntashir

New announcement

# For New Contributors

Weblate does not offer membership control in their OSS license. As the platform is getting popular, more abusive behaviour is being noticed. As a result, even if you contribute to App Manager, your contribution will not be added to the project unless you submit a request via GitHub or E-Mail asserting that you've read and understood the translation policies (click the Info tab). Existing contributors will not be affected by this (but translations policies are still applicable to them).

12 days ago
muntashir

New announcement

We have added a policy for the translators to prevent abuse and/or misuse as we are observing an increased number of contributors who often translate strings without understanding the context. Visit https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/app-manager/#information to read the policy. The policy will be effective from today (7 February 2023). Please, report any bad translations as well as translators to the maintainer instead of reverting the changes. This makes it easy to take care of such issues.

a month ago
muntashir

New announcement

# How to translate Docs

Docs are written using Latex, a widely used language used in writing technical documentation. It has some specific keywords and symbols that needs to be kept intact. Here are few simplified guidelines to get you started:

1. Anything that begins with \ is a known as a command. Example, \textbf, \chapter, \label, \item, etc.
2. \begin and \end are collectively known as environment. Anything inside them are part of the environment.
3. { or [ marks the beginning and } or ] marks the ending of an argument i.e. something you supply to a function (or say, a machine). Example, \textbf{App Manager} (display App Manager is bold).
4. While most arguments can be edited, a few cannot. Examples:
1. \label{ch:pages}. Here the argument cannot be edited. Similar commands are \includegraphics, \includesvg, \url, \ref, etc.
2. \hyperref[sec:main-page]{Main Page}. Here the first argument cannot be edited while the latter might be edited. Similar commands are \href, \hyperlink, \begin{name}, \end{name} where name can be anything such as itemize, tebular, etc.
3. \caption{A caption}. Here the argument can be edited. Similar commands are \chapter, \section, \subsection, \subsubsection, \paragraph, etc.

## Those who were part of the old team on Crowdin

You can still find your translations here: https://crowdin.com/project/app-manager-docs. Please do not edit anything there as the project has been discontinued. However, you can use it to migrate your translations on Weblate. Partially completed languages will be deleted permanently from Crowdin when a threshold is reached.

11 months ago
muntashir

New announcement

# How to translate Docs

Docs are written using Latex, a widely used language used in writing technical documentation. It has some specific keywords and symbols that needs to be kept intact. Here are few simplified guidelines to get you started:

1. Anything that begins with \ is a known as a command. Example, \textbf, \chapter, \label, \item, etc.

2. \begin and \end are collective known as environment. Anything inside them are part of it.

3. { or [ marks the beginning and } or ] marks the ending of an argument i.e. something you supply to a function (or say, a machine). Example, \textbf{App Manager} (display App Manager is bold).

4. While most arguments can be edited, a few cannot. Examples:

i. \label{ch:pages}. Here the argument cannot be edited. Similar commands are \includegraphics, \url, etc.

ii. \hyperref[sec:main-page]{Main Page}. Here the first argument cannot be edited while the latter might be edited. Similar commands are \href, \hyperlink, \begin{name}, \end{name} where name can by anything such as itemize, tebular, etc.

iii. \caption{A caption}. Here the argument can be edited. Similar commands are \chapter, \section, \subsection, \subsubsection, \paragraph, etc.

## Those who were part of the old team on Crowdin or old Weblate docs

Crowdin: You can still find your translations here: https://crowdin.com/project/app-manager-docs. Please do not edit anything there as the project has been discontinued. However, you can use it to migrate your translations on Weblate.

Weblate: Your translations can be found here: https://muntashirakon.github.io/AppManager/lang. Replace lang with your language/region code to find your language. Note that old language files will be deleted permanently at the end of March.

a year ago
muntashir

New announcement

# How to translate Docs

Docs are written using Latex, a widely used language used in writing technical documentation. It has some specific keywords and symbols that needs to be kept intact. Here are few simplified guidelines to get you started: 1. Anything that begins with \ is a known as a command. Example, \textbf, \chapter, \label, \item, etc. 2. \begin and \end are collective known as environment. Anything inside them are part of it. 3. { or [ marks the beginning and } or ] marks the ending of an argument i.e. something you supply to a function (or say, a machine). Example, \textbf{App Manager} (display App Manager is bold). 4. While most arguments can be edited, a few cannot. Examples: i. \label{ch:pages}. Here the argument cannot be edited. Similar commands are \includegraphics, \url, etc. ii. \hyperref[sec:main-page]{Main Page}. Here the first argument cannot be edited while the latter might be edited. Similar commands are \href, \hyperlink, \begin{name}, \end{name} where name can by anything such as itemize, tebular, etc. iii. \caption{A caption}. Here the argument can be edited. Similar commands are \chapter, \section, \subsection, \subsubsection, \paragraph, etc. 5. Use your intuition or ask question if you're confused.

## Those who were part of the old team on Crowdin or old Weblate docs

Crowdin: You can still find your translations here: https://crowdin.com/project/app-manager-docs. Please do not edit anything there as the project has been discontinued. However, you can use it to migrate your translations on Weblate.

Weblate: Your translations can be found here: https://muntashirakon.github.io/AppManager/lang. Replace lang with your language/region code to find your language. Note that old language files will be deleted permanently at the end of March.

a year ago