The Ubuntu Translation Sprint was meant to conclude four hours ago, but we’re still here translating.
It has been a very productive day, we’ve translated +700 strings in Rosetta, but the best thing about todays event was that we had members from the other Linux communities in Nicaragua (Fedora, openSuse and Debian) translating Ubuntu packages.
This is a perfect example on how people with different backgrounds and interests can contribute and work together in harmony for the benefit of the whole FOSS community.
I was particularly amused by seeing Neville, a Fedora guy, translating Ubuntu packages on a Debian box. Priceless!
Thank you all! See you in the next Translation Sprint!