Help Localize Mozilla for M14
Monday January 31st, 2000
Tao Cheng writes in with an invite to participate in the Mozilla localization effort, with the goal of having Mozilla M14 localized in all 19 languages registered on the Mozilla localization page and the localized builds pushed to the FTP server concurrent with or soon after the M14 release.
The languages currently on the list include Bosnian (bosnian-BA), Catalan, Czech, Danish (da-DK), French, Georgian, German, Greek, Hawaiian, Indonesian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (pt-BR, pt-PT), Russian, Spanish (es-CO and es-ES), and Thai.
Some of the languages have been localized to the M13 build, but many are localized to much older builds and must be brought up to date. There are also some new Open Source tools available to help in the effort.
If you can help, or you know someone who can, visit Tao's invite page to find out more.
How about Klingon? Seems like everything's being localized for that...
Waldo, I hoped you would make that Klingon version. something nice to do for you ;-)
(Mozilla de-AT contributor)
Are there any plans for Serbian, Croatian, Dalmatian, Slovenian, etc.?
The "Localizing Mozilla" page is frequently updated with new language projects. So far, none of the languages you mention have been registered on the page. If you're interested in starting a project, read the page at:
and contact Tao Cheng.
We need this in Mozilla.
Vote for SVG (scalable vector graphics) to be included in Mozilla.
You can read about it here <http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/>.
the last update is M10 (3 months ago) if you wanna help please contact
Mr.Isriya Paireepairit < <email@example.com> >
or visit this page <http://developer.thai.net/mozilla/>