Ubuntu Hardy Heron translations now open!

I’ve seen this announcement in the Ubuntu L10N List:


Ubuntu Hardy translations now open

The next Ubuntu release – Hardy Heron – is now open for translation!
If you want to help make sure it is accurately translated into your
language, you can start work straight away at:


If you’re new to translating Ubuntu and want to find out more, take a
look at the Translating Ubuntu guide:


Frequent lang pack updates

If you’re running Hardy Heron during its development cycle, you’ll
receive twice weekly language pack updates reflecting the latest work
in Launchpad Translations. These updates are planned to start later
this week.

If you’re planning to work on Hardy translations, this is a great way
to see your work in place before the official release.

So, if you like Ubuntu, you can contribute to improve it by translating to other languages and localizating it for other countries.

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