August 26, 2015 — In 2014 after the release of WordPress 4.0 international downloads of the software surpassed English downloads for the first time. This flash talk explains what lead to that and how a team of amazing WordPress contributors who translate the software in hundreds of languages made that leap possible. It clarifies the terms internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) and explains the benefits of writing translation-ready plugins and themes. It also gives useful tips on how to get started contributing to the WordPress Polyglots team.
August 17, 2015 — Les capacités multilingues de WordPress reposeront toujours sur l’attention portée par les développeurs d’extensions et de thèmes sur l’internationalisation correcte du code qu’ils rédigent. La présentation proposera une révision complète des principes d’internationalisation, des fonctions GETTEXT de base de WordPress jusqu’aux situations les plus complexes. Je fournirai aussi quelque solution à des problèmes fréquents d’internationalisation que j’ai rencontrés, par exemple la compatibilité avec les extensions de gestion multilingue ou la conception de phrases complexes.
July 16, 2015 — 2014 was the first year non-English downloads surpassed English downloads of WordPress. More than 50% of WordPress downloads are for localized versions. Some plugins are “translated” into many languages, but are you offering non-English support? Let’s talk about why you should, and the business opportunity they are missing.
July 14, 2015 — When we think about making our site, theme, or plugin welcoming to users around the world, we often focus on translation. While very important, there’s more to localization (l10n) and internationalization (i18n) than just that.
This talk covers some of the many cultural and practical differences that should affect our design choices, our code, and how we reach out to our global base of users and customers.
July 8, 2015 — Niko shares his experiences both from a developer’s perspective and how clients can manage their multilingual content using plugins such as WPML and Polylang.
October 18, 2014 — GlotPress is a collaborative, web-based software translation tool and it’s the tool that was build for WordPress. This session will show the future of this tool and the roadmap to make GlotPress one of the best tools out there and a tool every plugin developer will use.
August 27, 2014 — How to build and manage websites in multiple languages using WordPress and WPML
July 12, 2014 — From core installation and updates to plugins and themes, work is in progress to improve every area of the international WordPress experience.
May 16, 2014 — In personal blogging, running a true multilingual site with translations of everything is unrealistic. This talk demonstrates how it is viable to be imperfectly multilingual, as most humans actually are.