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-* [ヨイツの賢狼ホロ | 3rd style](mailto:horo@yoitsu.moe)
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-* [唐宗勛](mailto:tangzongxun@hotmail.com)
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-* [猫吸血鬼ディフリス / 猫ロキP](mailto:deflis@gmail.com)
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-* [艮 鮟鱇](mailto:ushitora_anqou@yahoo.co.jp)
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-* [西小倉宏信](mailto:nishiko@mindia.jp)
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-* [雨宮美羽](mailto:k737566@gmail.com)
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-## Translators
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-- Zoltán Gera (*Hungarian*)
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-- Kristijan Tkalec (*Slovenian*)
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-- Evert Prants (*Estonian*)
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-- borys_sh (*Ukrainian*)
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-- ButterflyOfFire (*Arabic; French*)
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-- Jeroen (*Dutch*)
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-- Muha Aliss (*Turkish*)
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-- Oguz Ersen (*Turkish*)
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-- Ramdziana F Y (*Indonesian*)
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-- Xosé M. (*Galician*)
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-- Roboron (*Spanish*)
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-- Alix Rossi (*Corsican; French*)
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-- Maya Minatsuki (*Japanese*)
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-- Masoud Abkenar (*Persian*)
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-- Thai Localization (*Thai*)
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-- Marek Ľach (*Slovak; Polish*)
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-- d5Ziif3K (*Ukrainian*)
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-- lamnatos (*Greek*)
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-- Emyn Nant Nefydd (*Welsh*)
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-- Diluns (*Occitan*)
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-- atarashiako (*Chinese Simplified*)
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-- 101010 (*Polish*)
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-- Yi-Jyun Pan (*Chinese Traditional*)
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-- silkevicious (*Italian*)
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-- FédiQuébec (*French*)
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-- Jaz-Michael King (*Welsh*)
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-- Alessandro Levati (*Italian*)
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-- sabri (*Spanish*)
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-- Sasha Sorokin (*Russian*)
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-- shioko (*Chinese Simplified*)
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-- Evgeny Petrov (*Russian*)
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-- ariasuni (*French; Esperanto*)
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-- Tiago Epifânio (*Portuguese*)
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-- dxwc (*Bengali*)
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-- liffon (*Swedish*)
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-- Vanege (*Esperanto*)
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-- Johan Schiff (*Swedish*)
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-- kat (*Ukrainian; Russian*)
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-- oti4500 (*Hungarian; Ukrainian*)
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-- Dewi (*Breton; French*)
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-- cybergene (*Japanese*)
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-- AW Unad (*Indonesian*)
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-- Andrea Lo Iacono (*Italian*)
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-- Ray (*Spanish*)
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-- Unmual (*Spanish*)
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-- Ryo (*Korean*)
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-- juanda097 (*Spanish*)
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-- Anunnakey (*Macedonian*)
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-- Cutls (*Japanese*)
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-- erikstl (*Esperanto*)
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-- ruine (*Japanese*)
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-- MadeInSteak (*Finnish*)
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-- Sokratis Alichanidis (*Greek*)
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-- dragnucs2 (*Arabic*)
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-- frumble (*German*)
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-- Rikard Linde (*Swedish*)
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-- PPNplus (*Thai*)
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-- arethsu (*Swedish*)
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-- EPEMA YT (*German*)
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-- Rhys Harrison (*Esperanto*)
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-- KEINOS (*Japanese*)
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-- filippodb (*Italian*)
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-- JzshAC (*Chinese Simplified*)
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-- Rintan1 (*Japanese*)
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-- Antillion (*Spanish*)
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-- hiphipvargas (*Portuguese*)
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-- Ch. (*Korean*)
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-- tctovsli (*Norwegian Nynorsk*)
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-- vjasiegd (*Polish*)
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-- SamitiMed (*Thai*)
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-- umelard (*Hebrew*)
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-- 硫酸鶏 (*Japanese*)
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-- Adrián Lattes (*Spanish*)
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-- Hinaloe (*Japanese*)
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-- Renato "Lond" Cerqueira (*Portuguese, Brazilian*)
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-- parnikkapore (*Thai*)
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-- Marcin Mikołajczak (*Polish*)
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-- 森の子リスのミーコの大冒険 (*Japanese*)
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-- Marcepanek_ (*Polish*)
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-- Sahak Petrosyan (*Armenian*)
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-- Daniel Dimitrov (*Bulgarian*)
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-- Hugh Liu (*Chinese Simplified*)
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-- Rakino (*Chinese Simplified*)
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-- hussama (*Portuguese, Brazilian*)
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-- ThibG (*French*)
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-- SnDer (*Dutch*)
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-- PifyZ (*French*)
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-- eichkat3r (*German*)
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-- Karol Kosek (*Polish*)
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-- Akarshan Biswas (*Bengali*)
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-- Tradjincal (*French*)
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-- Steven Tappert (*German*)
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-- sergioaraujo1 (*Portuguese, Brazilian*)
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-- mmokhi (*Persian*)
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-- fedot (*Russian*)
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-- skaaarrr (*German*)
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-- Lukas Fülling (*German*)
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-- Zoé Bőle (*German*)
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-Bug reports and feature suggestions must use descriptive and concise titles and be submitted to [GitHub Issues](https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues). Please use the search function to make sure that you are not submitting duplicates, and that a similar report or request has not already been resolved or rejected.
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-You can submit translations via [Crowdin](https://crowdin.com/project/mastodon). They are periodically merged into the codebase.
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-[![Crowdin](https://d322cqt584bo4o.cloudfront.net/mastodon/localized.svg)](https://crowdin.com/project/mastodon)
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-5. That's it, congratulations, you enabled Full Text Search with Postgresql.
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-1. Why did you do that ?  https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/pull/6423 , or check the fediverse and you'll understand that to be fair among instances, there was a need for it.
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-4. Why not ES ? It is not necessary, even at scale. It creates dual tiered instances depending on the admin finances, was used as a shortcut to search and a way to ensure that not all the instances would deploy it, etc.. No need to go back there.
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-5. But they say that it will impact performance to use Postgres instead of Elastic Search ? Think about it, using ES you are moving a subset of your queries to another process ( ideally on another server, if not then the impact of performance is also true for ES, as it will consume system resources instead of leaving it for Pg ), what prevents you from routing only the search requests to a separate DB server ?
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