Various data from Weblate is available in machine-readable format.

RSS feeds

Follow the translation progress and all important changes from RSS feeds.

Project URL Link
Jellyfin RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Android Fastlane RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Desktop RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Expo RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Kodi RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Roku RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Web RSS
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Glossary RSS

Per language RSS feeds are also available. Construct them by appending a language code to the URLs above.


Translation statistics for every component in JSON format lets you use the data in other websites or tools.

Project URL Link
Jellyfin/Jellyfin View
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Android Fastlane View
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Desktop View
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Expo View
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Kodi View
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Roku View
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Web View
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Glossary View

You can fetch statistics for all translations in one component like this:

curl \
    -H "Authorization: Token a7IILa4NqdAqZZ9lgxI82eR2quh5mmTJMNqHQBYT" \
Project URL Link
Jellyfin Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Android Fastlane Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Desktop Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Expo Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Kodi Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Roku Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Web Hook
Jellyfin/Jellyfin Glossary Hook

You pull changes from a remote repository to Weblate like this:

curl \
    -d operation=pull \
    -H "Authorization: Token a7IILa4NqdAqZZ9lgxI82eR2quh5mmTJMNqHQBYT" \

Weblate also supports direct notifications from several code hosting sites:

Hosting site URL Note
GitHub The documentation has detailed instructions
GitLab The documentation has detailed instructions
Bitbucket The documentation has detailed instructions
Pagure The documentation has detailed instructions
Azure Repos The documentation has detailed instructions
Gitea The documentation has detailed instructions