Acknowledging Recent Translators
Because of a sponsorship from Paxful,
the next volunteer translators who’ve been probably the most active contributors
lately are increasingly being given bitcoin because of their efforts:
A large thanks would go to these volunteers. Their work behind the scenes shouldn’t
go unnoticed, and we dedicate this website post to recognizing them.
Each month, increasing numbers of people all over the world are hearing, reading and
learning more about Bitcoin. Seeing a small business with a “Bitcoin accepted here”
sign might not be something rare for a few folks anymore… nonetheless it is still for
many in plenty of places. Despite the fact that Bitcoin adoption is spreading like
wildfire, we haven’t even scratched the top of what could possibly be possible. In
order for knowledge to spread, information needs to be freed to transmit easily
from individual to individual, across borders, across languages, between cultures,
philosophies, religions and ideologies. Some individuals say we all have been Satoshi,
now. For that to ring true, we should find our voice to speak, spread and support
Bitcoin as you.
There were tens of an incredible number of people to Bitcoin.org this season alone.
About half of these speak English. The others are an incredible number of visitors
speaking all sorts of other languages from around the world. For them, we rely
on volunteer translators – just like the above individuals – individuals who translate
Bitcoin.org to their own native languages in order that when individuals who speak them
arrived at Bitcoin.org, the website displays automagically within their own native tongue.
You can find currently 70 languages in a variety of states of translation, 27 which
reach states of completion which have enabled them to be put into
Bitcoin.org. Furthermore, earlier this season, the developer documentation was
ported in order that it could also begin to be translated into other languages. It’s
important that people provide a method to help a fresh generation of Bitcoin developers
in non English-speaking countries find out more about Bitcoin on a technical
level, to greatly help foster the development of services and services, for the
people within their communities that are already thinking about using it.
Among the most visited Bitcoin websites, translating Bitcoin.org is a good
solution to help Bitcoin continue steadily to spread.
In order to end up like among the people above and join your time and effort, figure out how to get started.
A particular thanks also would go to Simon AKA “Komodorpudel” who has spent plenty of
time co-organizing various translation-related efforts. Many thanks, Simon. Lastly,
however, not least, to Transifex, for graciously providing
enterprise-grade localization services to aid Bitcoin.org. […]