4.2. Languages

Bugzilla’s templates can be localized, although it’s a big job. If you have a localized set of templates for your version of Bugzilla, Bugzilla can support multiple languages at once. In that case, Bugzilla honours the user’s Accept-Language HTTP header when deciding which language to serve. If multiple languages are installed, a menu will display in the header allowing the user to manually select a different language. If they do this, their choice will override the Accept-Language header.

Many language templates can be obtained from the localization section of the Bugzilla website. Instructions for submitting new languages are also available from that location. There’s also a list of localization teams; you might want to contact someone to ask about the status of their localization.

This documentation undoubtedly has bugs; if you find some, please file them here.