viernes, 15 de junio de 2012

New Localization Guide - request for feedback

As you probably know in the past we have had a lack in documentation related to the localization process. A great number of localizers (Community and Partners) have often been complaining about it, and obviously they were right...
But that was in the past :-)

During the last weeks we have been working on a new Localization Guide that will definitely improve the localizer experience. It provides all the information required for developers interested in the localization for Openbravo.
The most important value of this guide is the set of very detailed how-tos about the common modules usually involved in any localization project. These how-tos are written so that anyone can find in just one document all the required steps to complete a concrete localization task.

The guide is now available in our Wiki, although it is not fully completed. It is still pending just a few articles and, specially, a deep review from readers.
And here is where we need you!

It would be great if you could spend a few minutes to read some articles (the most interesting for you) and provide your feedback (structure, content, English...). All the opinions will be welcome, specially the good ones :-)
You can post your feedback into the Forum topic created for it.

I hope you find it interesting.
Thanks in advance for your collaboration!