Rosetta has been released

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on 15 February 2007

The Rosetta Translation Portal team is pleased to announce that the portal is now ready for widespread use. Rosetta’s goal is to make the process of translating free software as easy as possible for both translators and software maintainers. Maintainers can send us PO Templates and PO Files, which will be published through the web for translation. PO Files can then be downloaded at any time.

Rosetta is part of the Ubuntu Launchpad.

For more information about the Rosetta announcement, translated into some local languages, visit the wiki.

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