[xiphos-devel] translation websites

Daniel Glassey dglassey at gmail.com
Sat Sep 16 01:38:27 MST 2017

Hi Karl,

Have you looked at transifex.com? I think it was originally set up for
translating for Fedora (remembering vaguely from a talk at Guadec a
long time ago by the guy that started it). It is very commercial now
but they still say it is free for open source projects/

>From https://www.transifex.com/pricing/

"What are the basic requirements to qualify as an Open Source account?

We are proud and humbled to be hosting the largest Open Source
translation community in the world. We offer Transifex for free to
Open Source projects that have no funding, revenue, and/or
commercialization model. If you have a question whether your
organization qualifies for our Open Source program, please contact


On Sat, Sep 16, 2017 at 5:41 AM, Karl Kleinpaste <karl at kleinpaste.org> wrote:
> If I wanted to enlist the support of some web-based translation facility in
> the interest of improving our longstanding set of *.po, which one would I
> find recommended?
> Someone asked me about weblate.org. But it seems to be either [a] free
> software to install on a web server, which would be fine, but it's clearly a
> complicated setup with a half bazillion dependencies, so that's not going to
> happen soon, or [b] a fee-based weblate-will-host-for-you arrangement, and
> no, I'm not going to spend money on this.
> Suggestions welcome.
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