Calling All Zanata Translators
Important update for our pfSense translators. We have set up a new instance of Zanata, specifically for pfSense and it can be found at http://zanata.netgate.com.
Netgate is grateful to the volunteers who have donated so much time and expertise to the pfSense project. As well, we are grateful to Zanata, an open-source, on-line translation platform developed by RedHat and generously made available via http://zanata.org.
However, times change. Earlier this year, RedHat redeployed the personnel that develops and maintains Zanata. We haven’t seen an official statement, but the future of Zanata appears uncertain. We want to make sure the valued work of pfSense translators continues for the good of the worldwide user community. Our new Zanata instance, http://zanata.netgate.com, is fully up to date with all existing and in-progress translations migrated from the RedHat-based Zanata system.
Unfortunately, there is no way for us to contact translators directly. Our translators’ current use of Zanata is associated to RedHat, not Netgate. So, we are inviting all pfSense translators to register at our new site. Please visit https://info.netgate.com/zanata-translator and simply enter your email address, preferred username, and the language(s) to which you translate.
Thank you again for your time, expertise, and effort to extend Netgate documentation into other languages. We look forward to the continued relationship!
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