Recently, Jean-Baptiste Holcroft and I have been working on translations
for Fedora Docs. Jean-Baptiste has all the knowledge about how translations
work, and I can do awful shell scripts! And we've built a prototype of the
whole pipeline: https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/translated-sources/
This is how it works: There are scripts to extract strings from the English
sources into POT files that translators use. Translators translate them
(either manually or using a translation platform of choice) and output PO
files for each language. Our scripts take these PO files and generate .adoc
sources from them that Antora (our docs builder) can use. And then we build
separate sites for each language, and publish them in heir own namespace.
See the French site  for example.
There are still few small things missing, such as a UI to switch between
languages on the website. Although I think this is good enough to prove
we're able to build translated versions of the Docs.
So the big question is: What's next?
And maybe: Is there someone who would like to drive this forward?