If you come across a piece of writing published by CoderDojo (e.g. a section of the website or some educational content) that isn't available in your language, we'd love you to help us fix that. Almost all of our translations are done by community volunteers, and it's easy to get involved, even if you've only got a few minutes to give.
By translating our information or resources, you will help us make the CoderDojo movement accessible to more young people around the world!
There are three main ways in which you can get involved:
Help us translate the CoderDojo website
Please get in touch with us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to provide a translation for our website.
Help us translate CoderDojo educational content
We are always looking for translations of our educational content! This includes Sushi Cards, descriptions, project pages, videos, and many other things. If you find a resource which needs a translation, we would very much welcome your contribution. You can contribute through Kata, our community resource sharing platform- to do so, follow the guide to becoming an approved editor. Once you are an approved editor, you can contribute your translated content! We welcome translations in all languages, and based on our plans for future growth, we are particularly interested in having resources translated into the following ones:
Take part in a content hackathon
Occasionally, CoderDojo hosts virtual content hackathons, including one in July 2017 and another in December 2017. Content hackathons allow community members from all over the world to get involved in translating learning materials and other resources. Taking part is a great way to contribute to the CoderDojo movement, and every contribution helps a lot! Keep an eye on our website, Twitter account, or Facebook page for announcements of upcoming hackathons.