Bacula-Web web user interface is by default in english, but it is also available in other languages (complete list below)
How to help translating Bacula-Web
To change the language of your own Bacula-Web installation, read the chapter Configuring Bacula-Web in the documentation.
As of now, Bacula-Web translations are fully managed using the Transifex tool.
Please have a look at Bacula-Web project at Transifex
If you want to help the project by updating the translations or create new ones, here’s the step you need to follow
register or sign-in on Transifex.com website
request to participate in the Bacula-Web project
Once I’ve approved your request, you will be able to update languages translations
If you want me to create a new language for Bacula-Web, please send me message, I’ll do it with pleasure.
Using this tool is pretty easy but if you need a bit of help, do not hesitate to get back to me using the project GitHub issues.