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The number of learning organizations who make the decision to expand across language barriers continues to grow. While it is true that it has never been easier to offer digital and knowledge-based products to billions of people, this does...
A post on the moodle.com blog features an interview with Koen Roggemans, Moodle HQ Volunteer Translation Coordinator. Moodle today offers regional versions for more than 100 languages. Considering that this is the result of thousands of volunteers around the globe,...
If the season is filling your soul with gratitude and generosity, and you have a YouTube channel, what better way to please it than helping to spread the word on Moodle 3.2! The team at Moodle HQ, with the inviting...
Marco Cevoli at translation company Qabiria has created a process to translate Moodle courses. The 5-step procedure focuses on finding the list of sentences, or for developers, "strings", to be translated, which means this does not cover translation of...
Aujourd'hui j'aimerais vraiment vous parler des logos des groupes d'utilisateurs dans Moodle. Ils illustrent l'appartenance d'un utilisateur à un groupe dans les cours de moodle.org Cette image est visible dans les messages de forum. Ce n'est pas la même chose...
A part of being a global brand means making sure that your products and services are accessible to your audience - in every sense of the word. We recently reported on Moodle's milestone of one million translated strings that enable native accessibility for the...
There was a fairly cool milestone passed very recently that I thought we should all take a moment celebrate: there are now more than one million translated strings in Moodle. This speaks volumes to the global community that is Moodle...
In a recent post on Moodle.org forums one of the Moodler asked a question about changing the language strings which are visible to students only. He doesn't wants to change the strings which are visible to administrators or teachers. Moodle...