Discontinuing the Community Translations
In October 2015, we discontinued the translations of Symfony docs (French and Italian at that time) and we decided to only publish documentation in English. The main reason behind this decision was that translations were not in sync with the original contents, so we couldn't guarantee our readers that the non-English docs were correct.
Now it's time to do the same with the rest of translations of symfony.com. When the redesigned symfony.com website was launched in March 2011, we created the symfony-marketing repository to store all its translatable contents (from the main menu labels to the static content pages).
However, these translations never took off. Most of them are incomplete and we
don't have the needed resources to review their quality. The only exception was
the Slovenian translation, which was continuously updated by Peter Kokot.
Because of this, we've finally decided to remove every translation from symfony.com
and remove most contents from the
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