Tag Archives: Launchpad

New Videocast Tomorrow: Ubuntu Translations Workflow II

Join me in a fresh episode of Ubuntu Translations TV tomorrow, where I’ll be continuing the series started on the last session and explain what happens to translations when they get out of Launchpad and are delivered to our users for some localized goodness. Again, this will be a bit technical, but not too much, […]

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Double Translations Video Feature This Week

Lots of translations news on the air this week! Yesterday I had the pleasure to chat with the legendary Danilo Šegan, of Launchpad Translations and GNOME internationalization fame. Danilo told us all about the progress on upstream integration work in Launchpad and explained more in detail the part which has just been freshly implemented for […]

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New Launchpad Rollout: Please Put Translations on Hold for a Bit

NOTE: this notice affects only translations for upstream projects in Launchpad, and not the translations of Ubuntu packages. Yesterday’s Launchpad rollout came with lots of translation goodness, such as better upstream imports, of which we’ll talk in more detail very soon. However, as a side effect and due to a migration script not being run […]

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New Ubuntu Translations Videocast tomorrow

Ladies and gents, I’m pleased to announce the next Ubuntu Translations videocast tomorrow from Dallas, Texas, where this week we are holding the Canonical Platform Rally for the next version of Ubuntu, the Natty Narwhal. This time around I’ll have the privilege to be joined by Danilo Šegan (or his alter ego Данило Шеган), the […]

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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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