Translations for the 2019.6 release of Friendica
The branch to work on the 2019.6 release of ~friendica was created todaywhich means an important step for the next release.
If you want to help improving Friendica, but you cannot code, maybe you can speak more then English? If so, do you maybe have a couple of minutes spare time that you can invest into translating Friendica to that language?
Translation work is done at Transifexwith an easy to use online tool. The most important file to translate is the "messages.po" file, as it contains the strings used in the core of Friendica. We will make sure that your translation will get into the next release (should the messages.po file be translated more then 50%)
Thanks for your time :-) <3
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So I’m listening to the @ubuntupodcast and they were talking about advocating Linux on the desktop (great episode, highly recommended)
Anyway, that got me thinking - at what point would Ubuntu be considered a distro in its own right and no longer a fork of Debian?
Personally, I feel it surpassed the title of “fork” a long time ago, as they’re two completely different OSs.
What do you guys think? Is Ubuntu an OS in its own right, or will it always be a fork of Debian?
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