Tag Archives: Translations

Internationalizing your apps at the Ubuntu App Developer Week

As part of the Ubuntu App Developer Week, I just ran a live on-air session on how to internationalize your Ubuntu apps. Some of the participants on the live chat asked me if I could share the slides somewhere online. So here they are for your viewing pleasure :) If you’ve got any questions on […]

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Ubuntu Global Jam events: jamming Catalan style

If you follow the Ubuntu channels, and unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have noticed that this coming weekend we’re organizing the Ubuntu Global Jam, a worldwide event where Ubuntu local community teams (LoCos) join in a get-together fest to have some fun while improving Ubuntu. As we’re ramping up to a Long Term Support release, […]

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Upcoming Ubuntu Global Jam events: here’s how the Slovenian team rolls

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have noticed that this coming weekend we’re organizing the Ubuntu Global Jam, a worldwide event where Ubuntu local community teams (LoCos) join in a get-together fest to have some fun while improving Ubuntu. As we’re ramping up to a Long Term Support release, this is a particularly […]

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Ubuntu Precise Open for Translation

I am pleased to announce that our current development release, Ubuntu Precise, is now open for translation: Some additional information that will be useful for translators: Translation schedule. Remember that according to the release schedule translatable messages might be subject to change until the User Interface Freeze on the week of the 23rd of February. Language packs. During the development […]

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