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JReleaser: Looking for Translation Contributions

October 08, 2021

The JReleaser project has recently added internationalization support to its CLI tool, with complete translations for English, German, French, and Brazilian Portuguese. A translation to Italian is currently in the works.

The project is looking for people who would like to contribute translations to their native language, allowing JReleaser to reach and help an even wider audience.

If you’re interested in joining these efforts, please open a ticket at https://github.com/jreleaser/jreleaser/issues, letting the project maintainers know which language you’d like to tackle.

As an additional treat, contributions made during the month of October will count to your list of Hacktoberfest contributions.

JReleaser, the fastest and easiest way to release Java projects!

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Author(s)

  • Geertjan Wielenga

    Geertjan is Senior Director of Open Source Projects at Azul and Apache NetBeans PMC Chair.

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