The international Scrum Glossary has been expanded to 19 languages. The updated version is available for you as a free download (PDF): Scrum Glossary (International versions) -Feb 2019.
This latest version holds following changes:
- New languages: Arabic, Greek, Persian, Ukranian.
- Updated definitions in all languages: “Scrum”, “Sprint Backlog”, “Velocity”.
- Updated languages: Danish, Filipino/Tagalog.
I originally created the Scrum Glossary in English as part to the first edition of my (accidentally created) book “Scrum – A Pocket Guide” (2013). I updated the text slightly for the second edition (a deliberate evolution) of my book (2019). The English version was translated to the international versions offered in this document for you through several iterations that started early in 2018.
I cannot express my gratitude enough to following people for spending the hard work of making the international versions of the Scrum Glossary available for you:
- Arabic: Rasheed Raya
- Chinese (simp/trad): Lana Sun, Wei Lun Teh, Chee-Hong Hsia
- Danish: Rasmus Kaae
- Filipino: Shirley Santiago, Warren Yu
- French: Fabio Panzavolta, Mohamed Gargouri
- German: Uwe Schirmer, Peter Götz, Dominik Maximini
- Greek: Thodoris Bais, Nikolas Friligkos
- Hindi: Punit Doshi, Hiren Doshi
- Italian: Michael F. Forni
- Persian: Mehdi Hoseini
- Polish: Paweł Feliński, Krystian Kaczor
- Portuguese: Leonardo Bittencourt
- Russian: Konstantin Razumovsky
- Spanish: Alex Ballarin
- Turkish: ilkay Polat, Lemi Orhan Ergin
- Ukrainian: Andrii Glushchenko