Category Archives: Translations

Ubuntu Translations Interviews: Daniel Nylander (Swedish Translation Team)

Ubuntu is brought to users in their own language by a large community of dedicated volunteer translators, who tirelessly work on localizing every part of the Operating System release after release. In this series of interviews we’ll get to know who they are, about their language and how they work. This week we’re introducing you […]

Translations Stories: Year 2010 in review for the Slovenian translation team

We’d like to show how translations change people’s lives for the best, and how the work of translators has an impact on that. We’d like to share our excitement and highlight the awesome work translators do. As such, we’re pleased to start off this series of translations stories with this excellent article from the Slovenian […]

Ubuntu Translations Interviews: André Gondim (Brazilian Portuguese Translation Team)

Ubuntu is brought to users in their own language by a large community of dedicated volunteer translators, who tirelessly work on localizing every part of the Operating System release after release. In this series of interviews we’ll get to know who they are, about their language and how they work. This week we’re introducing you […]

Ubuntu Translations Interviews: Timo Jyrinki (Finnish Translation Team)

Ubuntu is brought to users in their own language by a large community of dedicated volunteer translators, who tirelessly work on localizing every part of the Operating System release after release. In this series of interviews we’ll get to know who they are, about their language and how they work. This week we’re introducing you […]

Natty Translations Plans I: Translations Stories

One of the projects we’re working on the translations community this cycle are Translations Stories. We’d like to show how translations change people’s lives for the best, and how the work of translators has an impact on that. We’d like to share our excitement and highlight the awesome work translators do, and we thought that […]

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