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3. **Add your repository**
Navigate to the folder containg the source code, using the terminal
Navigate to the folder containg the source code, using the terminal:
cd tails
To publish your translations, you need to add the repository set up previously.
The url of your repository should look like `tails@git.tails.boum.org:elouann/tails`.
If you cannot find the URL of your repository, get in touch with the sysadmins or send an email on the [[mailing-list|translate#follow-up]]. Once you got it, add it to the repositories:
The URL of your repository should look like `tails@git.tails.boum.org:elouann/tails`.
If you cannot find the URL of your repository, get in touch with the sysadmins or send an email on the [[mailing list|translate#follow-up]]. Once you got it, add it to the repositories:
git remote add myrepo tails@git.tails.boum.org:elouann/tails
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git fetch --all
If you have problem with SSH keys or with the URL of your repository, get in touch with the sysadmins or send an email on the [[mailing-list|translate#follow-up]].
If you have problem with SSH keys or with the URL of your repository, get in touch with the sysadmins or send an email on the [[mailing list|translate#follow-up]].
3. **Configure your credentials**
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4. **Create a branch**
Create a branch for every translation you make, for example, if you want to
translate the "contribute" page, create a branch named "translation-contribute":
translate the "contribute" page, create a branch named `translation-contribute`:
git branch translation-contribute
git checkout translation-contribute
Now typing `git branch` should show a star in front of the active branch.
Now typing `git branch` should show a star in front of the active branch:
5. **Translate!**
You can use your preferred PO file editor, possibly Poedit.
You can use your preferred PO file editor, possibly *Poedit* which is included in Tails.
6. **Save your translations**
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8. **Merge our main repository into yours**.
Regularly, pull from the master branch of the main repository to update
Regularly, pull from the `master` branch of the main repository to update
your local files.
`git fetch origin master` only fetches new files, while
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9. **Publish your modifications**
Push your changes to your online Git repository.
Push your changes to your online Git repository:
git push myrepo <name of branch>
For example,
git push myrepo translation-contribute
git push myrepo translate/contribute
10. Ask other members of your translation team to review your work by writing
an email to [[the mailing list for
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Each [[language team|translate#language-teams]] keeps track of their contributors' repositories.
To add one of these repositories as a `remote` in Git, use the following command line:
git remote add [name] https://git-tails.immerda.ch/[name]/tails.git
git remote add [name] https://git-tails.immerda.ch/[name]/tails.git
For example:
git remote add mercedes508 https://git-tails.immerda.ch/mercedes508/tails.git
git remote add mercedes508 https://git-tails.immerda.ch/mercedes508/tails.git
# More informations and resources
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