Tag Archives: Localization

Middle-Eastern Translators Needed

The BabelZilla community relies on volunteers to localize Firefox addons into a multitude of languages. (as well as Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, and other Mozilla applications) But, people have lives to live, and there are always new and updated addons in need […]Continue reading «Middle-Eastern Translators Needed»

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Transvision comparison feature makes l10n QA easier

Transvision is now on 1.6 version owing to the great work of Pascal Chevrel. Among various useful and interesting new features and fixes you can browse in the changelog, there is a smart comparison tool that can ease QA work […]Continue reading «Transvision comparison feature makes l10n QA easier»

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BabelZilla Code of Conduct

Since we recently had some trouble on our forums with controversial declarations, we at babelzilla-governance found it was necessary to set up a Code of Conduct based on the highest possible moral standards in order to let peace and diversity […]Continue reading «BabelZilla Code of Conduct»

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TransVision Is Good For Me

TransVision Is Good For Me TransVision Is Good For Me Well it should be good for you too I have been using this tool for more than one year now, I think you can find it fun and useful, so […]Continue reading «TransVision Is Good For Me»

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AMO adds locale stats and checks

Two very useful new localization related features have been added to AMO (addons.mozilla.org) recently. Locale statistics Add-on statistics pages are now capable of listing the total number of daily users by locale. Awesome. Take a look at my stats for […]Continue reading «AMO adds locale stats and checks»

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It’s time to exorcise contents.rdf

It’s time to exorcise contents.rdf What are contents.rdf files? Junk from a bygone era. When writing a Mozilla extension you need to tell the application where and what your extension’s files are. Since Firefox 1.5 (Gecko 1.8) it’s been a […]Continue reading «It’s time to exorcise contents.rdf»

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10 things I learned contributing on BabelZilla project

10 things I learned contributing on BabelZilla project > my point is : share simple observations on what makes a contributors’ community succeed or not, and have your feedback since you are all community leaders ore active members on various […]Continue reading «10 things I learned contributing on BabelZilla project»

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Is localized software really ‘language’ compliant?

When users read ‘software localized’ they immediately realize that software messages are written in their own language but when developers read the same phrase they should immediately realize that software must fit specific languages rules and character sets. The difference […]Continue reading «Is localized software really ‘language’ compliant?»

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Firebug extension needs more…

What is the Firebug extension? It is a smart and powerful Web Development tool. You can edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page. Sure it is mainly a geek-oriented tool 😉 Grab it on […]Continue reading «Firebug extension needs more…»

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