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Symfony Blog:
The symfony.com website... in your language
June 11, 2013 @ 09:23:43

On the Symfony blog there's a new post mentioning the availability of the static contents of the Symfony site as a public repository.

The Symfony website has always been in English as English is probably the lingua-franca for web developers. But as some sections of the website do not change that frequently (mainly the "What is Symfony?", "Get started", and "About" sections), and because not all developers are comfortable reading English websites, I'm very happy to announce that most of the static contents are now available in a public Git repository.

They've already had people contributing back to the documentation in their own languages including German, Slovak, Czech, Swedish and Polish. Some of them are still works in progress, but they're getting there.

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Link: http://symfony.com/blog/the-symfony-com-website-in-your-language

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