Archive | December, 2010

New Translations Videocast: First Steps Translating Ubuntu

After the first Ubuntu Translations videocast two weeks ago, join me tomorrow in a new edition where I’ll talk about the first steps to get you started translating Ubuntu. So if are either: new to Ubuntu and would like to learn more and join the awesome translations community… not involved in translations but would like […]

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New Maverick language packs ready for testing

We’ve uploaded  language packs in the maverick-proposed repository for everyone to test before they are released to all users. These should contain all the updates and fixes in translations done since the Maverick release date. I’d like to ask translation teams and other community members to test them and provide an indication that they’ve done […]

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Chromium opens to community translations in Launchpad

I’m very much thrilled to announce that Chromium, the Open Source project behind Google Chrome, the browser that is transforming the way we experience the web, is now open for community translation in Launchpad. Chromium will be hosting its translations in Launchpad Translations, the collaborative online tool for translating Open Source projects and building community around them. […]

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