Most Ubuntu enthusiasts already know about Unity, a project that is changing the way we interact with our computer by bringing a consistent user experience and a solid, elegant design for desktop and netbook users.
We want to make sure Unity is for everyone, and one of the key aspects to make it possible is that it is available in everyone's language.
Unity is already available in more than 60 languages, and can be translated into almost any other. Unity is also Free Software, which means it is in your own hands to make it happen.
So, if your language is not in that list, how can you translate Unity?
- If you are new to translations, you might want to read the Ubuntu Translations Quickstart Guide.
- Next thing you can do is go to the Unity translations page and start translating online right away.
- You can then do the same with the Applications and Files places and translate them as well.
- That's it! You'll find that contributing to Ubuntu by translating it is one of the easiest and most rewarding ways you can start
If you've got any questions, you can contact the translations team in whichever way you prefer.
Hence, I'm proud to announce the Unity L10N project, stay tuned for more updates and join the translation party!