Thursday, August 5, 2010
After running the Ubuntu Translation Teams Healthcheck I took it to heart to help translation teams in the areas they asked for assistance in the survey.
One of the teams that had a need in a particular area was the Ubuntu Hebrew translation team. In their own words:
“We don’t get much feedback, to be exact, we need to beg the users for feedback, once in every few months someone is kind enough to tell us that there is a translation mistake […]”
In short, the team needs your feedback. Whether it is to tell them there are translations that need improvement, or whether it is simply to commend or support them in the awesome work they do translating Ubuntu, they’ll be very happy to hear from you.
So, do you use Ubuntu in Hebrew? Do you want to help? There are many different ways you can support Ubuntu in your language. Pick one or more of them!
- Give feedback on the current state of Hebrew translations on the Ubuntu Israel translation forum.
- Join the Hebrew translation team in Launchpad
- Report a bug in Hebrew translations (spelling mistake, missing translations, etc.) on the Ubuntu Translations project in Launchpad
With your help the Hebrew team can reach excellent language support for all their users. What are you waiting for? Give them a hand!
(And here in Hebrew. Ddorda tells me it’s readable, although some bits might sound weird, so beware of the Google automatic translation!)