After an enormous amount of manual “search and replace” throughout the Nagios XI code base, we are proud to announce that starting with Nagios XI 2012R1.3, there will be internationalization support for the XI interface. We’ve created a default PO language file that users can either contribute back to XI, or use privately within their organization. The language file covers almost all of the XI codebase, and all of the components developed by Nagios Enterprises. We’re currently looking for community members willing to contribute completed, or even partially completed translation files for the XI interface. We currently have contributors who have started working on Spanish and Korean translations, but we’re looking for many more! The default translation file can be downloaded from the link below, and translated with the Poedit application.
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