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Hi Valter,

2011/12/18 Valter Mura <>:

as today is 18th Dec, can I start announcing a new localization cycle in my
language list? I suppose the string freeze is currently done.

Let's wait until tomorrow evening, or even let's wait for the next
tag, that's the official deadline. You never know who wants to add
something in the last minute. At the moment templates in Pootle are
not up to date, they are from 2011-12-15, and I know that string
changes occured after that date.

Also, there are new strings in the English and Hungarian dictionary
module, coming from the Lightproof grammar checker. Feel free not to
translate them, especially the Hungarian, if you think that your users
will not benefit from this module.

Where can we find it? In Launchpad? But where can we contribute for
languages other than English and Hungarian?

Lightproof framework will live at Unfortunately it
is empty now, but Laszlo Nemeth, the main developer, will populate it
ASAP. The actual language modules can be commited to the dictionaries
repository. I don't think we'll use Launchpad.I cc-ed Laszlo, get in
touch with him, if you would like to work on the Italian module.

Best regards,

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