Community translations of the Standard for Public Code
This is a repository for unofficial translations of the Standard for Public Code, provided by the community.
Anyone may start a translation of the standard.
Please place your translation in a folder named with ISO 639-1 language code (for example
es for Spanish or
da for Danish).
In order for our scripts that generate pdf’s to work as easily as possible, do not translate file names, folder names or the front matter.
In the pull request, also remember to update the table in index.md with a link to the translation and what version this is a translation of.
Files to translate
These are the files that need to be translated before it is ready for review.
- all files in the folder criteria except for _template.md
While print.html is a large file, the only text that needs to be translated are the ones in the table below (some in two places in the file).
|Request for contributions|
|Standard for Public Code|
|Table of Contents|
|Code of conduct|
|This license is the legal contract that allows anyone to do anything they like with the content in this entire document.|
|For questions and more information about our organization you can find us at our website, email us at email@example.com, or call us at +31 20 2 444 500|
The license and the code of conduct need not be translated since those are just copied from other projects. If there is a translation available in the target language for these, they may be included.
Review of a translation
Before we merge a pull request of a new or updated translation it need to be reviewed. This should be done by a native speaker coming from a different context than the person submitting the pull request.
Problems, suggestions and questions in issues
You can report problems, suggest changes or ask questions by creating a GitHub issue for this project in the GitHub Issues for community translations. Or, sign up to the Standard for Public Code mailing list and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preview, build and deploy
We are still figuring out the details this process. Please be patient.
Code of Conduct
This repository uses a code of conduct, please respect it.
All translations must be submitted under CC0 1.0.