You can register at (https://www.transifex.com/)
You can find the official translation page for Kunena under this URL: (https://www.transifex.com/Kunena-Forum/)
To manage the process of who is translating what, there are teams for each language: (https://www.transifex.com/Kunena-Forum/teams/).
Please create a new team for your language if there is no yet. Please use the five digit xx_XX language code instead of the two digit language code. Or request a membership to a specific language.
Go back to the main page of the Kunena project page: (https://www.transifex.com/Kunena-Forum/). There you can see a list of the language files. To translate one of those just click on it. On the next side you can see some additional info and below is a list of the available languages. If your language is not listed, just click on add Translation and choose you language. If your language is available, you can click on it. Now you get a popup with some options. You can upload your local
.ini file and Transifex will find the translations automatically or you can click on View strings online. When you press on Translate now you get a new view with all strings which are translated or should be translated. Just fill your translations into the text fields and press save. Your done with this file, go to the next.
For further information visit (http://docs.transifex.com/).
Please test that your language works in Joomla! before uploading the file into Transifex. Otherwise your translations may break during import!
There are some bugs in Transifex Joomla support, so please check these:
Here I will shortly describe how you can setup the Transifex client to manage all translations.
The Linux package called
transifex-client is included in the most distributions.
It is really simple when you know what to do. I will show the way with clone from github!
.tx/configfile (look below)
tx pull -l transifex language code(see also) (http://docs.transifex.com/client/)
Because Transifex uses different language codes than Joomla! you should map your own language from Transifex to Joomla! format.
.tx/configand find language mapping rules inside [main] section:
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