Ubuntu Natty open for translation

Friday, December 3, 2010

(still) open

After the new Natty Narwhal Alpha 1 pre-release, I am pleased to announce that Natty is now open for translation:

Translate Ubuntu Natty!

  • Translation caveats. Remember that according to the release schedule translatable messages might be subject to change until the User Interface Freeze on the 24th of March.
  • Language packs. During the Natty development cycle, language packs containing translations will be released twice per week except for the freeze periods. This will allow users and translators to quickly see and test the results of translations.
  • Firefox. The first language packs will not yet contain Firefox translations. We’ll get them in soon as we’re adapting to the new upstream langpack packaging structure, so that Firefox is localized by default as usual.
  • Test and report bugs. If you notice any issues (e.g. untranslated strings or applications), do check with the translation team for your language first. If you think it is a genuine bug, please report it.

That’s it, happy translating! 🙂

(still) open image by Joseph Robertson – License: CC by-nc-sa 2.0


6 Responses to “Ubuntu Natty open for translation”

  1. andrejz Says:

    Woot, let’s start rolling 🙂

  2. Pavan Says:

    Yay:-D that’s the way… Lets start translating… Go go ubuntu…

  3. Dexidev Says:

    agree with andrejz 🙂 let’s move on

  4. hurda Says:

    ya wis lah apa jarene

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