Canonical Wants Your Help to Translate Ubuntu 13.10

Anyone can participate in the effort to translate the next Ubuntu OS

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Canonical is hard at work on Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) and is now giving everyone the possibility to contribute to the Linux distribution.

Canonical is hard at work on Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) and is now giving everyone the possibility to contribute to the Linux distribution.

The Ubuntu translation team have posted short announcement on Launchpad in an effort to muster the community to participate.

“Remember that according to the release schedule translatable messages might be subject to change until the User Interface Freeze.

During the Saucy development cycle, language packs containing translations will be released twice per week except for the freeze periods. This will allow users and translators to quickly see and test the results of translations,” reads the official announcement on Launchpad.

The first Alpha version for the other flavors, with the exception of Ubuntu, are expected to arrive on June 27.

In the meantime, if you’re unfamiliar with the Ubuntu desktop, you can download and test Ubuntu 13.04 from Softpedia.

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