Oh, one more thing, and sorry to be asking so many questions… but do I just have my EO json file in the repository, or do I need anything else? I make a copy of the English, and then I progressively rewrite the actual text in-file to become Esperanto, right?
Oh, perhaps I also should add the added_languages.json with the relevant addition, but does that then not clash with other language projects?
Alternatively, I seem to remember a blog post with instructions on all this from a good while ago, but I could not find it when browsing the development blog. That blog post, or the associated video, would probably suffice instead of an explanation if all that is too much effort. (EDIT: Oh, I found it after all. Checking now which of my questions are already answered there. EDIT AGAIN: Well, okay, so that does confirm that the translation process takes place in those json files, one for each language, so I suppose I probably just need to have that file in the repository along with added_languages.json. I still wonder about the below question, however.)
Ah… and do I need to register my project somewhere so that it’s all centralized and people know I’m working on it? That way, other people who are interested in helping with Esperanto (unlikely, but who knows) would know not to start afresh, right?
Yep, that’s a lot of questions. I do apologize.