Tuesday Jun 16, 2009

GlassFish v3 Translated to 12 Languages - Is _Yours_ Missing?


Ogino reports on two new languages in the GlassFish v3 localization. The current list is: cs_CZ, de, es, fr, ja_JP, ko_KR, no, ru_RU, tr_TR, zh_CN, zh_TW (check ISO 639-2 and ISO 3166-1). The multi-lingual bundle is available here; download it and try it out.

I'm surprised there is no pr_BR... where are the brazilians?

To contribute check out the Project Home Page.

Friday May 08, 2009

Community Translations for GlassFish v3


A call from Ming and Shinya to contribute to the Community Translation project for GlassFish v3. The translation is done using the Community Translation Interface, so contribute to one of the existing translations (zh_CN, zh_TW, fr, de, ja_JP, ko_KR, es - as of writing this note), or start one for your favorite language.

Tuesday Dec 09, 2008

Multi-Lingual GlassFish v3 Prelude - RC Now Available


Last week I pointed to the localization of the GF v3 Prelude Web Pages and now Ming Dong reports that the Release Candidate localized (ML) builds are now available. Go to the Java.Net Download Page and check the column labeled "ML" in the first table.

Sun provides translations into French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean, but we encourage your participation if you want other translations - check out the Localization Site and the Contribution Page.

Wednesday Oct 31, 2007

GlassFish in 7 Languages - Now Available!

Ming has announced the availability of GlassFish v2 in 7 languages:

Diagram of a Babel Fish

Simplified Chinese

For more details and additional distributions, check Ming's note. Note that the translations of the web site go down one level, then they revert to english. And, if you are interested in helping, please participate at g11n@glassfish.dev.java.net.

Your Help Wanted! I encourage you to download your favorite localized version and post your experience on this blog; what worked, and what didn't work. Thanks!

Corrected! I've corrected this entry; I've also written a follow-up entry with more info for the Spanish Locale.