this is great news. There's already at least one person who was
interested in contributing (meequz)
Translation is currently available through Pontoon
The first projects to localize in order of priority would definitely be
Firefox (desktop, android), and mozilla.org (I need to restore the
previous content before exposing the project on Pontoon).
I think the first step would be to create an account on Pontoon and get
in touch with :meequz to see how to organize the work.
As a new user you would only be able to submit suggestion, so I will
need to upgrade your permissions to be able to submit translations and
manage other users.
> Hi Mozilla team,
> A few people pointed out to me recently that Belarusian was removed in a recent release of Firefox. As I looked for the reason, I discovered that Belarusian community has been inactive for a while.
> I do believe, however, that I could bring it back to live. I will get people to join from:
> 1. The community that's contributing to facebook translations (around 160 people)
> 2. The community that has gathered around Belarusian language meet-ups (I'm estimating the pool at around 500 people)
> 3. A group of professional translators (small but mighty :)
> I know localization well (I lead l10n efforts for box.com), and I can prepare glossaries and guides to help people get started. But I could really use your help understanding:
> 1. What content is out there in general
> 2. What tools are available to localize it
> Let me know what you think!
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