I'll translate it into Slovenian language, will inform you about the progress daily.Translate part of the Installation Manual to a non-English Language
The Joomla! help site provides an Installation Manual in English.
http://downloads.joomlacode.org/docmanf ... on_0.5.pdf
For this task you will translate (at a minimum) part of this manual into a
non-English language. Specifically, you should work first on these four
Minimum System Requirements http://help.joomla.org/content/view/1938/302/
Final Preparation http://help.joomla.org/content/view/1941/302/
Web Browser Installation http://help.joomla.org/content/view/1947/302/
NOTE: When claiming this task, specify which language you will be
translating into. Be as specific as possible, especially if your language
has local versions.
*Prior to claiming this task, please review the other copies of it to
ensure that you are not doing the same translation as another participant.*
You may want to visit the sites of the Joomla! translation partner for your
You may also want to consult participants on the language specific forums
for your language. These are found in the "International Zone" of the
Before submitting the final files, you should have at least one person who
is a fluent reader of your language review your files.
1. Good skills in both English and the translation language.
2. Understanding of the Joomla! installation process.
Four files containing the complete translated text and images (whether or
not translated), carefully proof read, in a format suitable for insertion
into Joomla! content.
The document should comply with current Joomla! Editorial Style Guidelines
and guidelines for the Template Tutorials Project.
Documentation written for this task must be made available under the
Joomla! Electronic Documentation License. will insert both of the above
==Extra Credit (optional)==
Create new screenshots for the document that show Joomla! in the same
language that you are translating into.
Translate the remainder of the manual.
Sincerely, Helena Drolc