Commit e834761a authored by Kim Höfer's avatar Kim Höfer

Add english translations

parent c4642203
<?php
return [
'head.1' => 'Transparency statement',
'head.2' => 'MetaGer is transparent',
'head.3' => 'What is a metasearch engine?',
'head.4' => 'What is the advantage of a metasearch engine?',
'head.5' => 'How is our ranking made up?',
'text.1' => 'MetaGer is transparent. Our source code is freely licensed and publicly available for all to see. We do not store user data and value data protection and privacy. Therefore we grant anonymous access to the search results. This is possible through an anonymous proxy and TOR-hidden access. In addition, MetaGer has a transparent organizational structure, since it is supported by the non-profit association SUMA-EV, of which anyone can become a member.',
'text.2.1' => 'To explain what metasearch engines are, it makes sense to first briefly explain roughly how the indexing of normal search engines works. Normal search engines obtain their search results from a database of web pages, which is also called an index. The search engines operate so-called "crawlers", which collect web pages and add them to the index (database). The crawler starts with a set of web pages and opens all the web pages linked there. These are indexed, i.e. added to the index. Then the crawler opens the web pages linked on these web pages and continues in this way.',
'text.2.2' => 'A metasearch engine is a search engine that queries several other search engines simultaneously. It collects all the results from the different search engines and evaluates them again according to its own scheme. This means that the metasearch engine does not have its own index. Therefore, metasearch engines do not use crawlers. They use the index of other search engines.',
'text.3' => 'A clear advantage of metasearch engines is that the user only needs a single search query to access the results of several search engines. The metasearch engine outputs the relevant results in a once again sorted list of results. MetaGer is not a pure metasearch engine, as we also use small indexes of our own.',
'text.4' => 'We take the rankings from our source search engines and weight them. These rankings are then converted into scores. We also take into account the occurrence of the search terms in the URL and in the snippet, as well as the excessive occurrence of special characters (other characters such as Cyrillic). We also use a blocking list to remove individual pages from the results list. We block web pages in the display if we are legally obliged to do so. We also reserve the right to block web pages with demonstrably incorrect information, web pages of extremely poor quality and other particularly dubious web pages.',
'text.5' => 'If there are any further questions or uncertainties, please feel free to use our contact form and ask us your questions!',
];
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