I'm looking for information regarding the localization of documentation written in Confluence. I couldn't find any information other than a recommendation (dated 2013) to use Bitvoodoo's add-on.
Here are two solutions - one a end-to-end process solution, and one a quick tool for smoothing communication / translation gaps in teams.
Enterprise Translations Hub for Atlassian Confluence - for full doc translation processes, ongoing, including evolved translation libraries, etc. Supports 100+ languages. This has been developed and supported since early 2013. http://wiki.ca.com is the significant example site using the tool. They have fully automated their doc and translation processes on Confluence and with this integration.
SpeakMyLanguage for Atlassian Confluence - for quick on-the-fly translations into up to 30 languages. This has been developed and supported since mid 2011.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for evals.
Depending on the complexity of your docs, you can either directly translate within Confluence, or export your content to your Translation Management System, translate it externally and import it back to your Confluence system.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us via email@example.com.
We'll be happy to help.
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