News Item: e107 now supports 23 languages and counting
Posted by CaMer0n
Monday 05 March 2012 - 21:43:17
LAS VEGAS, Mar. 5th - e107 Inc. announces considerable increase in available language-packs following the release of v1.0 of its website content management system.
e107 Inc, makers of the popular website content management system 'e107' announced today that their software now supports 23 languages, a considerable increase from the 12 languages which were available on its website most of last year.
"We are happy to see the renewed enthusiasm in e107 following the re-branding and upgrading of our website late last year and it is reflected in the positive response from community members who have been willing to help translate e107 into more languages" says Cameron Hanly, CEO of e107 Inc. "Our dedicated Translation-Team leader Henk has done a fine job of managing our ever-expanding list of dedicated and benevolent translators and consequently increasing the number of language-packs we have available to the community as a whole", he said.
"My motivation is - the more translations we have, the bigger the possible audience that e107 might attract! And so far it has been very rewarding for e107", says Henk Jongedijk, e107 Inc's Translation-Team Leader. "Currently I'm still awaiting final contributions for Latvian and Norwegian, and hope to be adding these to the list in the near future.", he said.
e107 Inc. is the maker of 'e107' a website content management system built on PHP and MySQL. It is able to run websites in multiple languages simultaneously and currently supports the following languages: Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil) Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.
e107 Inc. currently seeks translators for Korean and Japanese and can be contacted by visiting e107.org/jobs
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