The Open Food Network supports several languages. Currently, there is English, French and Norwegian with new languages coming on board. Each language has its own file in the config/locales folder.
Translate the Open Food Network
If you are able to translate from English to another language, you can register at Transifex. We need translators and reviewers regularly. Once a translation is complete, we can copy that into our code and make it available for everybody. If you don’t want to use Transifex, you have to translate the language file in a text editor and send the result to us.
Change the language of an Open Food Network installation
The OFN deployment project lets you choose the language of the server during setup. Look into its documentation for more information. You can choose only one language per OFN installation at the moment.
Specific strings that need attention:
String 497: “Listing on the OFN is free. Opening and running a shop on OFN is free. Setting up a group directory on OFN for your organisation or regional network is free.”
added v1.8.4 - this needs to be modified to match the local instance business model.
This is a wiki, please add your information here by editing vs commenting below.
Translators: (if you are new and trying to understand the context of a given string, give us a shout out)
British English (en-GB): ?
American English (en-US): ?
Norwegian Bokmål (nb): @CynthiaReynolds (also contact for Danish, Swedish) @sigmundpetersen
French (fr): @MyriamBoure
Italian (it): @apicella2
Portuguese (pt): @saritamoreira
Other discussions on translation issues: