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Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained and progresses by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the mostly cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here: http://i18n.kde.org/

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here: https://fedora.zanata.org/

Becoming a translater is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

Cheers.

Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained maintained, and progresses progressed by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the mostly cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here: http://i18n.kde.org/

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here: https://fedora.zanata.org/

Becoming a translater is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

Cheers.

Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained, and progressed by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the mostly cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here: http://i18n.kde.org/here http://i18n.kde.org/. A few more infos can be found here

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here: https://fedora.zanata.org/here, the HU language team here.

Becoming a translater is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

A good start may be joining zanata, and the mailing lists. There is a general trans list, and of course a trans-hu listáról.

Cheers.

Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained, and progressed by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the mostly cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here http://i18n.kde.org/. A few more infos More can be found here

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here, the HU language team here.

Becoming a translater is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

A good start may be joining zanata, and the mailing lists. There is a general trans list, and of course a trans-hu listáról.

Cheers.

Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained, and progressed by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the mostly cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here http://i18n.kde.org/. More can be found here

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here, the HU language team here.

Becoming a translater translator is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

A good start may be joining zanata, and the mailing lists. There is a general trans list, and of course a trans-hu listáról.

Cheers.

Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained, and progressed by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the mostly cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here http://i18n.kde.org/. More can be found here. And the Hungarian Translation Team for HU here.

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here, the HU language team here.

Becoming a translator is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

A good start may be joining zanata, and the mailing lists. There is a general trans list, and of course a trans-hu listáról.

Cheers.

Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained, and progressed by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the mostly most likely cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here http://i18n.kde.org/. More can be found here. And the Hungarian Translation Team for HU here.

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here, the HU language team here.

Becoming a translator is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

A good start may be joining zanata, and the mailing lists. There is a general trans list, and of course a trans-hu listáról.

Cheers.

Hi, and welcome to ask.fedoraproject.org.

As you probably know, Fedora is a distribution created, maintained, and progressed by the community, in fact its users. If there is a translation to a certain language missing, the most likely cause is that nobody did it. The developers rely on volunteers to translate into their native languages.

I would like to encourage you to contribute to Fedora and help the developers to translate applications to Hungarian. It's easy, quick, and no coding knowledge or experience is required.

For KDE Localization, go here http://i18n.kde.org/. More can be found here. And the Hungarian Translation Team for HU here.

Information about the Localization project of Fedora can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N The actual translations happen in a tool called zanata, which can be found here, the HU language team here.

Becoming a translator is easy, and the impact you can have is huge!

A good start may be joining zanata, and the mailing lists. There is a general trans list, and of course a trans-hu listáról.

Cheers.