Starting Translations Training Sessions

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Translations Training

As previously discussed,  I’m happy to announce the first in the series of biweekly Translations Training Sessions, starting tomorrow.

So here’s the rundown: we’ll be having a 1 hour IRC session, where you can learn how to use the Launchpad Translations web UI to translate your favourite distro.

What will you need?

Not much, really. It would be great if you could create a Launchpad account before joining the session, so that you can get started trying your first translations during the hour, that’d be awesome. You’ll simply need an e-mail address and an Internet connection for that. You’ll find how to do this on the Translations QuickStart Guide.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to easily contribute to Ubuntu in your language and to ask all your questions.

See you tomorrow!


2 Responses to “Starting Translations Training Sessions”

  1. Juan Says:

    I think that it would be better to meet at #ubuntu-classroom and #ubuntu-classroom-chat so students can use Lernid and everything is more organized (maybe next meeting, not now). I’ll try to connect tomorrow, I’m interested in translations!

    • David Says:

      Good point, and thanks for the suggestion. Yes, I think it makes sense and I’ll look at the schedule of #ubuntu-classroom when preparing the next session in two weeks.

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