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[resolved] can you do publicize (7 posts)

  1. conservativeread
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    can you make the publicize module separate like you did these ?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/jetpack-sharing/

  2. Anas H. Sulaiman
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks for using Jetpack Sharing.
    Sorry, I'm not interested in that module.

  3. Publicize is actually dependent on the Jetpack connection to WordPress.com so that you don't need to manage your own application id and secret keys for Facebook, Twitter, etc. So it's not something that can be feasibly spun off.

  4. conservativeread
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    ok I understand , I like jet pack I just wish there was a way to break it up it is very large and all I use is stats publicize and the contact form it is too big and conflicts with other plugins. thank you George aka code monkey and keep up your great work.

  5. lindebjerg
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi Anas,
    I have made a German translation, how must I name the file?
    I have found the folder /languages with one translation file: jetpack-sharing-ar.mo I have tried to name my German file: jetpack-sharing-de.mo;( and just de_DE.mo:(

    both are not right:((

    Note: Translations was not included, due to the fact that Jetpack uses one transaltion file for all the modules, which makes it really difficult to extract translations.
    The good news is that the module can be translated easily.

    Best Regards,
    Lindebjerg

  6. Incidentally, we do all our translations for Jetpack through http://translate.wordpress.com/projects/jetpack -- if that helps at all for getting strings.

  7. Anas H. Sulaiman
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi lindebjerg,
    Sorry for taking too long to respond. I was quite busy.
    I really appreciate your efforts. Please upload your translation file somewhere, and post the link.
    Also, please tell me how you would like me to credit you. Perhaps something like: German translation by lindebjerg.

    Thank you.

    @George Stephanis
    Thank you for the link, I was not aware of it. I actually use Codestyling Localization. It is a year old now, but still working fine.

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