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A Central Hub for Language Packs

The DNN Platform has strong support for internationalization. You can install so-called language packs that ensure the UI can be seen in another language and you can make fully multilingual sites using the "content localization" feature. The latter allows you to create alternative content for different languages and is not the subject of this blog post. This post is all about the former: showing texts baked into your DNN system in other languages than English.

DNN Localization task force meets next week!

Last year at the DNN Connect Conference in Switzerland some "task force" groups were assembled to take responsibility for a couple issues/improvements/new features that were discussed during a very interesting and lively session.

DNN Community Forums 8.0 Released

It's been a little while since the last release of the DNN Community Forums module. If you're not already aware, this module is the same forums module we use on this website. So, we continually base the updates needed on our real-world, actual needs. This release brings with it all kinds of updates, and I'll attempt to summarize the most important things below. 

The DNN Community: A Symphony of Collaboration and Innovation

In a world that often emphasizes individual achievements, the DNN community stands as a testament to the power of collective genius.  This robust, vibrant network of developers, architects, designers, dreamers, and problem solvers serves as the backbone of an open-source phenomenon — DotNetNuke (DNN).  But what makes this community so unique?  Tycho de Waard captures the essence of the DNN community in his poetic tribute, highlighting its core attributes: unity, collaboration, innovation, and openness. 

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