You can edit the base english language file (you would need to do it one by one, so it might take 10 minutes, a 'find-replace' would break the language file.)
(assuming standalone in the below path)
The file you want to edit is called clearspace_version.jar
jar -xf clearspace_version.jar jive_clearspace_i18n.properties jar -xf clearspace_version.jar jive_clearspace_i18n_en.properties
edit those files & then re-jar the clearspace
jar -uf clearspace_version.jar jive_clearspace_i18n.properties jar -uf clearspace_version.jar jive_clearspace_i18n_en.properties
We are doing something similar where we rename "Documents" to "Pages" as in "wiki-pages'. It made a lot more sense to our users to create a "New Page" as opposed to a "New Document" which they confused with MS Word...
I vote that this becomes a "System Property" so that the change sticks during server upgrades. Currently we have to re-change it every time we upgrade
Well - the above process can be simplified as well.
See the very last portion of that document "Testing Your Translation"
Looks like I was adding in an unnecessary step of placing the file back into the jar.