Great to hear and happy to help!
A link to the repo would have helped in my last reply … that’s here:
You want to Fork that (button on the top right) to your account, then clone the fork locally, make a branch, make your changes, push to your repo, then create a pull request. All of that is covered here (and in a number of other places):
When you create the PR, you’ll see a template with information to fill out. Don’t worry about compiled assets or tests or anything, just the translation will be fine.
To make the translation, open Poedit, click Create a New Translation, find the
.pot file in you local repo, and open that. Fill in the language, Italian, and you should be ready to go. The first time you save, it should ask for a file name, use the one it recommends (
it is what I see for “Italian”). When you’re done, add, commit, push, and create a PR as instructed above. The only files that should be included are the
.po files you made. The
.pot file should not change at all.
One thing to note … we have a number of Auth0-specific terms in our text, things like:
- Auth0 Dashboard
- Management API
- Grant Types
Since the Auth0 dashboard is not translated, these should stay approximately the same. If you’re at all familiar with Spanish, the translation there might be helpful for finding those:
If you get stuck on anything, pick a standard string like
TRANSLATION_NEEDED and we’ll get someone here to help with it.
Last thing … I just pushed a number of changes for the translation base file and those need to be reviewed and merged, hopefully today or tomorrow morning. You’ll want to wait until those are complete to start as it will change how your Italian translation is formatted:
Again, thank you so much and please let me know if you need any additional guidance here. We want to make translation as easy as possible!