OSMF translators are volunteers who often collaborate with the Communication Working Group (CWG} and/or other OSMF working groups and translate posts on the official OSM blog or other OSM-related material.
The following volunteers have provided translations for the OSM blog from August 2020 to August 2021:
- Chinese (Traditional) - Dennis Raylin Chen
- Czech - Czech community members
- Dutch - Georges Kuster
- French (2) - Georges Kuster, Kokou Elolo Amegayibo
- Galician - Miguel Guisantes Alonso
- German - Tobias Knerr
- Italian - (2) Alessandro Sarretta, Davide Ferracin
- Japanese - Satoshi IIDA (nyampire)
- Korean - Dongha Hwang
- Lithuanian - Nerijus Šalkauskas
- Polish - Mateusz Bartczak
- Portuguese (Brazil) (3) - Eduardo Addad de Oliveira, Gonzalo Gabriel Perez, Miguel Guisantes Alonso
- Russian (2) - Ilya Zverev, Pacha Tchernof
- Spanish (3) - Eric Armijo, Juan Arellano Valdivia, Oscar Zorilla Alonso
- Ukranian - Andrey Golovin
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Welcome to Miłosz Kania.
The [2021 board survey](https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/File:Survey_OSMF_board_2021.png) on 2020 OSMF board decisions controversial topics was translated by some of the translators above and other volunteers in these laguages:
Arabic, Chinese (Traditional; Taiwan), English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Kurdish (Sorani), Persian (machine translation), Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese .
State of the Map live translators
The following volunteers provided live translations during State of the Map 2021 talks.
- Bahasa Indonesia - Zainab Ramadhanis (@Zainab)
- Bengali - Rubyath Hasan (@rhasan)
- Italian - Rosa Colacicco (@RosaColacicco)
- Polish - Jan Kalwasiński (@Darellur)
- Russian - Ilya Zverev (@zverik)
- Spanish - Eric Armijo (@YoViajo)
If you would like to help
Do you want to translate posts on blog.openstreetmap.org from English to another language..? Please send an email to email@example.com with subject: Helping with translations in [language].
Translators are also needed by weeklyOSM (independent community project - please contact them directly) and you can also have a look at the translation page on the OSM wiki.