We We are delighted to reveal that the launch of our full-scale Translation Program for Ethereum.org has been successful. This website translator will enable users to access the content in more than 15 languages.
Since The project is global in nature, it is essential that Ethereum.org reflects the international community. Thus, when the website was relaunched, creating a translation program was made a priority. This will help ensure that the information provided is properly translated and accessible to everyone, regardless of language or nationality.
We We are pleased to announce the completion of our first translation: the Korean version of the website, which can be found at ethereum.org/ko. The In the coming weeks, the team will expand the program and focus on translating into Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Russian, German, and Italian. We These languages were chosen based on the search volume for Ethereum-related topics as well as the traffic to Ethereum-related websites.
Initially, our translation effort will concentrate on Ethereum.org. Over time, we will extend our program to include translations for key community resources, such as documentation, guides, and blog posts.
The Translation Program will involve volunteer translators, project management, and services provided by professional translators when needed to complete translations or to provide audits.
Are Are you interested in helping to translate into a specific language We We encourage individuals from the Ethereum Community around the world to join specific language teams. To find out more and get involved, please check out ethereum.org/translations.
Ethereum is a crucial part of the future of humanity. Ethereum.org should showcase the diversity that is seen at hackathons across the globe. With the launch of ethereum.org/ko, the Translation Program has taken a step forward to capture the most important element of our ecosystem: our communities.
A special thanks to Taeyeon Kim, leader of the translation program, and the volunteer team who translated the Korean version of the website, including: Judith.ethereum.org/ko: Daniel Jee, Hyungsuk Kang, Jeongmoo Heo, Jumin Lee, Sangphil Kim, Suhun Kim, Wanseob Lim, and Yeong Hun Ryu.