Develop multilingual versions in Chinese and other languages to facilitate more people to participate and expand the influence of the community
That’s great…should be lots of volunteers
Bring gitcoin community to expans the world.
Great Idea. I already shared it for my french people
this will be highly recommended！
Of course. need it. Good recoomended !
indonesian sir, i thinks in my country best for profit and promotion
I will go for hindi language… But are we rewarded for doing this
cannot agree more…
maybe it’s good for the commumnity to grow
depend for who is most popular Gitcoin right now
agree. It would be good if Spanish is considered.
Need Portuguese language? I’m here
I think internationalization is a great roadmap item to put out there from the community.
Agree!!! We have to identify methods in order to overcome language barrier. A user-friendly and multilingual support platform should be developed, which could then better facilitate the governance process and discussion.
There’s been some conversation about this in this thread too. Taking from there, I think the optimal structure would involve two things:
- Forums/channels/resources for additional languages
- a role (“Ambassadors”) who can connect the communities. This allows ideas, opinions, and sentiments to flow between the communities. Maybe this would be a bountied job? I’m not sure, it does sound like a fair amount of work.
The reasoning behind the second is simple: if we have say, Chinese channels, but the English-speaking channels are completely siloed off, then the Chinese channels lose out on announcements and news in the English (the team is all English-speaking afaik), and the English channels lose out on being able to accommodate the needs and sentiments of the Chinese-speaking channels. (And more, these are just examples.)
Great idea, I could help with some spanish translations so if you guys want to make some translations I could help you
Multilingual communities are very necessary so that people can communicate with everyone in their native language and in English. I hope the project grows faster