Key English Before we start explaining how to use Weblate lets answer a few basic questions that you might have.
### What is Weblate?
Weblate is a libre web-based translation tool with tight version control integration. It provides two user interfaces, propagation of translations across components, quality checks and automatic linking to source files. You can get more details about the software [here]( ### Why do we use Weblate in /e/OS
We use Weblate to automate the process of localization of all default Application text. ### What languages are supported on /e/OS We focus on the support of the following languages: {% for lang in %}
- {{ lang.language }}
{% endfor %} > Please note: The translations into languages other than English are in progress In addition, some community members are reviewers for other languages: {% for lang in %}
- {{ lang.language }}
{% endfor %} ### Are these the only languages that will be supported?
Want to help translate the text in /e/OS in your own language write to us on <> ### Can I help translate /e/OS on Weblate? - Yes, anyone can help with the translations
- All you need is a [/e/Gitlab ID]( ### Ok I have my /e/Gitlab ID how do I proceed ? - Log in to []( with your /e/Gitlab ID - This is how the login screen for weblate would look
![Login page](images/Weblat_login.png) - Once you have succesfully logged in you should see a screen similar to this
![Weblate Dashboard](images/Weblate_Dashboard.png) ### How to use weblate and translate - This is the Weblate Dashboard
- On the menu **>> Projects >> Browse all Projects**
- This should bring you to this screen ![Browse all projects](images/Weblate_Browse_All_Projects.png) - Select /e/
- This would open the following screen ![Weblate component view](images/Weblate_Components_View.png) > Note: In Weblate projects are called Components