TLDR: Translators are responsible for translating, organizing, and sharing official UX content with the community members who need it. Translators must apply for a translation and be approved before completing it.
To get started as an translator:
- Visit the #start-here channel in the "Community DAO" section of UX's Discord;
- Assign yourself the "CD Contributor" role and "CD Translator" role;
- Check the #cd-announcements and #translations-rfc channels to see which translations the CD Committee is looking for;
- Apply for the translation through Dework;
- Use this form to submit each native translation completed.
Use the translation lists provided on Dework to apply for a translation task. Provide previous translations you've completed to help expedite the application process. Once approved, translate, organize, and share UX content with the users who need it.
Translations are the only Community DAO task which contributors must apply for before submitting work.
The following ideas are examples of contributions that may be considered valuable. Actual token allocations will be assigned at the sole discretion of the Community DAO Committee.
- UX's official documentation and user guides
- Relevant UX blog posts
- Articles published by major outlets which mention UX
- Amount of value the contribution has brought or is expected to bring to UX;
- Clarity of contributions on the submission form;
- Accuracy - only native translations will be rewarded;
- Translator reputation - translators’ previous work and reputation among the community is heavily accounted for;
- Relevance of content - user guides, documentation and the most recent blog posts are most important;
- Organization and presentation.