On Saturday I blogged with a call for help in providing localized documentation for the different opportunities available in the Ubuntu Accomplishments project. Since then there has been many wonderful contributions:

Congratulations to the German community for being the first to to provide the first entirely localized set of accomplishment documentation! Your contributions will make participating in Ubuntu and elsewhere easier and lower the bar for entry for joining our community. 🙂

It is great to see the Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Albanian, Swedish, Polish, and Italian documentation making such wonderful progress too. IF you speak those languages, be sure to hop in there and help. 🙂

To you want to provide documentation in your language, see this post that explains how to get started.

While on the subject of translations, we also need translations for the daemon and graphical client. If you can help, click below:

Thanks everyone, for your wonderful contributions!


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