@tenzinchoenyi བྱོན་པ་ལེགས། ཉེ་ཆར་ཁྱེད་རང་གིས་ཡིག་སྒྱུར་འགའ་ཤས་གནང་གིན་ཡོད་པ་མཐོང་བས། དགའ་གུས་ཡི་རངས་ཡོད།


@bumpagyal is there any way I can contact you? Actually we have WP translation day on 11th May. And since you are the one who made it possible for us to reach 100% translation, I would like to discuss with you. If you are on slack, my id is @tibetanitech. please feel free to ping me there. Looking forward for your response.


@bumpagyal and @zangkar-tsultrim, WordPress team is working on next WP release 4.9.3, we are expecting the issues to be released by that time. I checked our dashboard and it is showing 5.0 not 4.7. Please send me the link here where you see the issue. 🙂


Tashi Delek @bumpagyal I see that you have successfully translated bo to 100%. I wanted to say thank you for being part of this team. You did a great job!

Welcome to Your Team’s O2!

We’re happy to give each locale team their own blog, allowing you to coordinate easier, right on WordPress.org. You can customize this site and add pages, as needed. If you have questions, let the meta team know.

How to use O2

O2 is a combination of a theme and a plugin that allows for easier collaboration. Here are a few features that will be helpful for coordinating your team’s activities:

  1. @mentions: Mention anyone on the WordPress.org network by putting an @ in front of their username. Members of your locale sites (including your main site, your forums, and O2) are automatically added to autocomplete.
  2. Tags: Tagging can be added easily right inside of posts and comments. For example, #welcome tags this post with “welcome.” Click on a tag and to see all tagged posts.
  3. Cross posts: Cross post to another O2 site on WordPress.org by using the + symbol. You can cross post to any site that’s using O2.

That’s it! Enjoy your new blog and file meta tickets if you run into any issues.