Granted, these are only Ubiquity’s interface strings (for example, the about and settings pages)… the parser localization and command localization have their own processes.2 But this is still a tremendous accomplishment!
Hopefully we can roll some of these complete or almost-complete interface localizations with Ubiquity 0.5.4 which is a minor bugfix update coming soon. If you would like to get involved with localizing the Ubiquity interface strings into your language, get a BabelZilla login and sign up on the Ubiquity project page. Thanks again to our rockin’ localizers!
I received notification that the Polish localization in particular has completed testing and is now ready for release, as I was writing this blog post. ↩
Perhaps this anecdote is telling us that having a nice centralized web interface for localizers to work together and without messing with the files directly is a plus. Perhaps we should put up the builtin commands for localization on something like [[Pootle]] or Launchpad. Thoughts, anyone? ↩