[Ubuntu-US-CA] Questions about Joining the Localization Team for California

Joe Smith yasumoto7 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 18:06:46 UTC 2009


Glad to see you're interested! The California Team doesn't do much in the
way of localization as a whole, most of us are English speakers. However,
translation is done at Launchpad <https://translations.launchpad.net/> (the
hub for development of Ubuntu). If you're interested in working with
translations, I highly recommend looking into the Chinese
team<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ChineseTeam>and the Korean
team <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KoreanTeam>. Are you currently living in

Joe Smith
Student Network Technician
Chapman University IS&T

2009/3/28 龔 振勝 <can10eezcf00l at hotmail.com>

>  Hi!
> Maybe I'm asking the wrong team this, but I was looking into joining the
> localization team for ubuntu (I know Traditional/Simplified Chinese AND
> Korean). I was wondering how all of this is being managed in the Ubuntu
> community, and how it differs from private translation corporations.
> Do we use Project Management Programs (PMPs) to organize and schedule
> localization projects and coding? Also, do we use open source
> alternatives to programs like SDL Passolo and Alchemy Catalyst to
> localize the software? (Or are we just doing this as a hodge-podge
> cluster of individuals?)
> In either case, I'd really like to join the California group, and help
> out with the localization efforts.
> Best Regards,
> David
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