To make life easier for developers you can add a link to the translation management tool on your pull request. This allows developers to easily reach the translation management tool and either add translation themselves or request a translation from an assigned translator.
To do this, add a pull request template file to:
.github/pull_request_template.md. Navigate to git18n.com and find your repository URL and add it (example):
### Description ### Proposed Changes - - - ### Checklist - [ ] [Have you added or requested translation?](https://git18n.com/repos/REPO-OWNER/REPO-NAME)
With dummy content this could render to:
Add new 404 page.
- Add custom 404 page with source translation
- [ ] Have you added or requested translation? (You need to be signed in to git18n.com to view)
Of course this can tailored to fit your project. Here is a collection of different pull request template (and issues) for inspiration: github.com/stevemao/github-issue-templates.