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Gábor Hojtsy: A Whole New World for Multilingual Sites in Drupal 8

More than 800 (yes, eight hundred) people participated in the issues around improving multilingual features and APIs in Drupal 8 for the past two and a half years. Almost 500 issues have been resolved in this initiative as of this submission making Drupal 8 a truly outstanding release for everybody looking to create even single language non-English sites but especially those making multilingual sites. This session aims to show you around all the great improvements and give tips as to how to best utilize the new solutions.

Drupal 8 won't kill your kittens: part 4 of 4 - module upgrades and more

Part 4 of 4 – On October 4/5, 2013 (depending on your time zone), I hosted a live Hangout on Air with three major Drupal core contributors: Lee Rowlands (larowlan), Tim Plunket (tim.plunkett / @timplunkett), and Daniel Wehner (dawehner / @da_wehner). We talked about what's going on in Drupal 8 and how you will benefit from all the new stuff. This post is the last of four that cover the details of that conversation.

Translation tools codesprint, Switzerland 2012

Drupal Events is organizing a CodeSprint about content translation management & workflows. The sprint will take place will take place from 16th to 22nd of January 2012 in the offices of MD Systems, Räffelstrasse 25, 8045 Zürich in Switzerland. We are looking forward to 20+ persons coding. (yes, one full week of geeky coding!)

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Drupalevents.ch Codesprint 2012: Translation management & workflows

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This Drupal code sprint in Switzerland is a week-long event which will define and implement tools that will let organisations efficiently translate content on websites powered by the open source Drupal content management system. The resulting plug-in, the Translation Management Module, will be a key tool for reducing both the cost and effort in maintaining multilingual Drupal websites.

Translate Your Drupal Site into Multiple Languages with Lingotek

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Offering your website in multiple languages is becoming increasingly important, but translating your content into another language is no easy task. But for the 2% of the world's websites that run on the open source CMS Drupal, that task just got a little easier today. Acquia, the commercial company that provides support for Drupal has struck a partnership with the collaborative translation company Lingotek which will allow the Drupal community to translate large amounts of their content.

Lingotek can be embedded directly into Drupal through a set of APIs, which will give Drupal community members access to unlimited language translations.