Read this important announcement: Camino reaches its end
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He terminado de traducir la interfaz de usuario de Camino 2 y la he enviado a varios revisores. Smokey Ardisson me ha comentado que las ReleaseNotes todavía no están listas para traducirse a otros idiomas. Yo no voy a poder trabajar en ellas desde el día 13 al 30 de octubre. ¿Hay algún voluntario que se anime a hacer la traducción al español si no estuviesen listas antes del día 13 y Marcello las necesitase antes de final de mes? Si alguien se anima, yo puedo enviarle una memoria de traducción de todas las ReleaseNotes que se han traducido desde Camino 1.2.
Unfortunately, the people working on the Portuguese Camino l10n can no longer work on it and the 2.0 release is getting quite close.
If anyone wants to see the Portuguese translation of the upcoming (and exciting) new version of Camino and see it right from the 2.0 release, this is the right moment, because soon Camino2beta4 will be released, marking a substantial milestone in the development and bringing us an almost string-complete Camino 2.
There are substantial additions of strings from Camino 1.x, but also a good amount of them that can be translated very quickly, taking advantage of localized Firefox 3 builds.
Please set up at least a team of 2 people (one translator, one reviewer), but I suggest that, given the timing, a bigger team can speed up things dramatically.
I'm waiting for responses from the PT people here!
PS - You might also look for contributors at your local Mozilla communities, if you know any.