The Yoruba language is a language spoken by over 35 million people around the world. You will agree with me that this is enough to justify Yoruba language presence in Google Translate.
The process of adding a locale to Google Translate using Google Translator Toolkit is basically the same for all languages. There are however, 3 basic things to take note of;
Adding the Yoruba locale didn’t prove too hard a nut to crack as most of what needs to be done have been well documented and explained by Google via the Google online help service, which is made available at http://translate.google.com/support/toolkit/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1....
In this article I have used glossaries because I find it simpler and more generic. So whatever I will be explaining is considerably based on it. To summarize the documentation, there are basically four things to know;
So, having explained how I started the process of adding the Yoruba locale to Google Translate using the powerful and simple Google Translate Toolkit, now is the time for you to get involved. click here to get involved.