Blog di Weblate
Leaving big ball behind: 4.7
We decided to get rid of the ball that has grown next to Weblate’s leg during the latest years. `Django admin interface` is quite powerful; we like it, and it had been a massive help in Weblate’s origin years. But as the platform is getting more and more mature, user-friendly, and enterprise-ready, Django admin became not enough.
4.6: improve and multiply
Weblate 4.6 is here with fancy changes and new features!
Discover your favorite project
Weblate 4.5.2 delivers new Discover feature, performance, and quality improvements.
Respect, support, and privacy
Weblate is renaming branches to main, showing respect and keeping privacy
We care about you. Now even better!
Getting your support and all the information about your Weblate services is now easier.
Major version, major glossary change: 4.5
Weblate 4.5 brings the new approach to the glossary, adding features and some fixes.
Minor release brings big changes: 4.4.2
4.4.2 brings rewritten editor, API for addons and more.
Weblate achievements in 2020
Look back on all things Weblate in 2020
Weblate enlighted: 4.4
December brings fantastic and special days! Like the day of the new Weblate release! The editor is now enlightening as holidays do, API calls for more, and system performance is better.
Weblate is even more open now!
After several weeks of testing, we can say it loud. Libre projects now have easier access to localization than ever before. Thanks to the recent improvements on Hosted, you don’t have to wait to start a translation anymore. If you are an upstream maintainer or a chosen contributor, simply set it up. And check new libre projects using Weblate.