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Our fearless leader on Transifex and L10n



"Fedora and the art of creating an inclusive community"
http://blogs.cnet.com/8301-13505_1-9875189-16.html?tag=head

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There are also a lot of interesting community/project things going on.
Transifex is a cool tool for facilitation localization. If you have a
pet project that you're interested in having someone within or outside
Fedora localize, you can submit it no matter what source management
system it uses on the back-end. Those communities can immediately
start working on it. From the project page:

"Translators can use Fedora Web-based tools to contribute directly to
any upstream project, large or small, through one translator-oriented
Web interface. Developers of projects with no existing translation
community can easily reach out to Fedora's established community for
translations. In turn, the latter can reach out to numerous projects
related to Fedora to easily contribute translations."

Again, the Fedora community revolves around software, but there is
more room in the community than simply for developers. Others can and
do play important roles.
</quote>



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"He who gives up functionality for ease of use
loses both and deserves neither." (Anonymous)
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