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Help Needed to Translate CloudStack Documentation

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Help Needed to Translate CloudStack Documentation

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Curator's Note:  The content of this article was originally written by Sebastien Goasguen over at the Build a Cloud blog. 

Feature freeze for CloudStack release 4.1 is approaching. The release is planned for March 22nd.
In the time during feature freeze and release, QA will take place, then bug fixes and documentation writing.

There will be a mad rush to try to translate the documentation and we desperately need lots of help to accomplish this. If you are interested to help translating documentation please see the following blogs I wrote that describe how to use transifex. What you submit in transifex will be automatically pulled into the CloudStack source tree and used to build up translated documentation guides.

You can easily do it via the Transifex website: http://sebgoa.blogspot.ch/2012/11/translating-apache-cloudstack-docs-with.html

Or via the transifex command line tool if you are more comfortable and productive that way: http://sebgoa.blogspot.ch/2012/12/using-transifex-client-to-translate.html

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