Read this important announcement: Camino reaches its end
(At Caminol10n we thank to all the people who contributed to Camino and its localization!)
The Caminol10n (Camino Localization) project is developed by people from every corner of the world contributing Camino translations, in order to make it even easier to adopt for international users. In case you're wondering, Camino is a fast, secure, easy to use browser built only for Mac OS X. All published translations are packaged into a single distribution (Camino Multilingual), shipped at the same time when the original (English US) versions are released. Therefore, coordination and a strong common knowledge base among localization contributors is essential. If you want to help with translations and reviews, please read the information on the welcome page, register to this website, browse our tutorials (see menu on the left sidebar) and contact people who speak your language, to make your work more productive and more fun!
If you're looking for Camino end-user technical support, please consider these more specific destinations: Camino's official documentation and FAQ, Camino forum @mozillazine, your local Mozilla community.
We're looking for new contributors for the Portuguese language, because the main contributor can't guarantee to have time to work on Camino during next months. Actually, we've also been looking for pt contributors from Portugal for some time, since the only translator we have is from Brazil.
Would-be contributors will get all the help needed to get started with localization tasks by me, reading the documentation on this site and getting help from our mailing list.
Please head over to the Portuguese group page and sign up to be part of the group.