As indicated in my earlier post here on DEV seeking Hacktoberfest contributors, I'm looking for anyone interested in contributing a translation of the headings and labels, etc of the SVGs generated by the user-statistician GitHub Action to additional languages. The user-statistician action generates an SVG summarizing various information about your activity on GitHub, including general information (e.g., year you joined, number of followers, number you are following, etc), information about your repositories (e.g., numbers of stars and forks, etc), information about your contributions (e.g., numbers of commits, issues, PRs, etc), and the distribution of languages within your public repositories.
Table of Contents:
- Update on Hacktoberfest 2023
- Hacktoberfest Contributors Still Welcome
- More Information
- Where You Can Find Me
One of the many ways that it is customizable is the language used for the various headings and labels. During the first week or so of Hacktoberfest 2023, there are 5 new contributors who contributed 5 new language translations. Actually, all 5 of these were contributed within the first 5 days of Hacktoberfest.
Newly Supported Languages: Finnish, Malayalam, Persian, Swedish, and Tagalog.
All Supported Languages: Thanks to these 5 new contributors, the action now supports the following 29 languages: Bahasa Indonesia, Bengali, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Malayalam, Norwegian, Odia, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Santali, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, and Ukrainian.
There are still 9 open issues for language translations. Additionally, if you'd like to contribute a translation to a language not already supported that doesn't already have an associated issue, you can start by submitting an issue.
For more information about the user-statistician GitHub Action, see the other DEV posts in this series, as well as its GitHub repository and a webpage about the action, and please consider giving the repository a star:
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The cicirello/user-statistician GitHub Action generates a detailed visual summary of your activity on GitHub in the form of an SVG suitable to display on your GitHub Profile README Although the intended use-case is to generate an SVG image for your GitHub Profile README you can also potentially link to the image from a personal website, or from anywhere else where you'd like to share a summary of your activity on GitHub. The SVG that the action generates includes statistics for the repositories that you own, your contribution statistics (e.g., commits, issues, PRs, etc), as well as the distribution of languages within public repositories that you own The user stats image can be customized, including the colors such as with one of the built-in themes or your own set of custom…
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