The original package michaelbelgium/flarum-dutch has been replaced with flarum-lang/dutch. We recommend you to uninstall the original package and install to the new package following the instructions below.
Extension to localize the Flarum forum software and its official extensions into Dutch.
Flarum uses Composer to manage its dependencies and extensions. The Dutch language pack, available on Packagist, is also manageable with Composer. Make sure that Composer is installed on your machine, then run the following command in the location where Flarum is installed:
composer require flarum-lang/dutch:*
You can also manually ADD the Dutch language pack as Flarum's dependency. Open the composer.json file located at the root of your Flarum installation (not the language pack one!) with a text editor, then add to the list of Flarum's dependencies (which are listed below the "require" property) the following line in a new line:
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This language pack does supply translations for third party extensions and will be updated as soon as newer translations are available.
If the extension you need is not translated yet, learn more how to translate via our Weblate instance.
Released under the MIT License. Please see the LICENSE file.
Thank you a lot to wish to contribute. It means a lot. Using and enjoying the localization is already a huge support. Best other ways to contribute are, among other things:
MichaelBelgium Dear Michael, could you have a look at one of the translations?
"Jij vind dit leuk" has to be "Jij vindt dit leuk"
Otherwise the translation works as a charm!
works great on our new board we are currently working on!
Good to see this is still going 💪
Added/edited translations for beta 10
Lukeman Where do you see that? I can't find it 😛
MichaelBelgium When I like someone's post and I am the only one, it shows "jij vind dit leuk" when I'm logged in.
I made a pull request for this. Also did some some translations for some fof-extensions which are also in this pull request.
Why not show it? pls help me ....
Tall Perfect, thank you.
Would it be possible to make this language-pack compatible with beta 14.1?
Last night we migrated from 13.2 to 14.1 and we had to remove the language-extention due to incompatibility.
Hi @MichaelBelgium! Do you expect this language pack will be compatible with te latest version in the near future? I'd love to use it on my Free Flarum. Happy to help translate, if that's an issue.
sjorsf It should be compatible with beta 15 (v8.0.0)
@MichaelBelgium how would you feel about moving this into @rob006 weblate? I would pitch in occasionally to get some words translated. His system offers a way to get to a decent coverage as well..
luceos How does it exactly work? Is it like lokalise.com?
MichaelBelgium Yes it is. You can check it here: https://weblate.rob006.net/projects/flarum/
tolgaaaltas i need to register and add the dutch lang repo? Somehow?
MichaelBelgium as far as i know @rob006 should do that.
@MichaelBelgium If you're interested, please open an issue at https://github.com/rob006-software/flarum-translations/issues, I'll import existing translations from your language pack and setup exporting new translations from Weblate to your repo.
Alright, the dutch language is now added on Weblate
I do notice a lot of words need to be approved somehow? Do i really need to go one by one and approve them?
MichaelBelgium I do notice a lot of words need to be approved somehow? Do i really need to go one by one and approve them?
You can use "Bulk status change" option for each component (so you still need to do this multiple times, AFAIK there is now way to do this for all components at once), but I strongly recommend to actually review it - some translations may be outdated, because source string has changed after it was translated.