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I have just installed BuddyPress 1.2.6 along with WordPress 3.0.1, installed translations for both and put `define (‘WPLANG’, ‘pl_PL’);` inside wp-config.php. Everything seems to work fine, even if only the BuddyPress translation is in place.
Alright, my guess is the site’s pushing UTF-8, while the database charset is set to something else. Could you guys please investigate? In the past it also caused the RSS feeds to change charset every now and then, notifying me of changes in a post, while there were none at all.
Alright, it’s wrong again. Writing a new post, so you can see that for yourself. RSS charset is also bugged.
Speaking of the that (^ the special “e” ^), there are charset issues at some pages around here (when changing your display name on your profile page – works fine on wordpress.org, though – and when displaying a post apparently. When you click “Edit”, it’s all right, so I’m guessing it’s the BuddyPress.org backend to blame.)
Interesting thing: try clicking edit on my post, editing it, then saving, and editing again, a couple of times. See what happens.
UPDATE: After this edit, it got it right. I guess you have to try with a *new* post then.
For locale blogs? Are you sure? If so, then I don’t have access to the plugins menu.
So, what’s up with the mailing list? Are we sticking to wp-polyglots?
In fact, the forums are OK, too, however e-mail is much more convenient, at least for me.
Sure, it works for me, but I think subscribing to wp-polyglots might be kind of an overkill for people not involved in translating WordPress, as they are probably going to end up getting a lot of messages beyond their area of interest. Maybe a separate mailing list would be better? I know it probably wouldn’t be very active at this point, but it might gain some momentum later on.
Hannes: Refer to the WordPress Codex for that http://codex.wordpress.org/Contributing_to_WordPress#Translation
Peterverkooijen: Of course, the goal is certainly *not* to disable the standard registration procedure — if that was the case, neither I would be interested in doing this. The point is to /support/ Open ID registration, not to enforce it (besides, IMO it would be against any true open ideology to do that; how is enfocring open-ness open? )
Alright, please contact me via private message.
By the way, are there any beta-tester volunteers?