E que tal se enviamos a nosa historia...  aproveitando que co abalar imos
ter 80k equipos con ubuntu e en galego e para o ano mais de 150k ??
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Translations Plans I: Translations
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<http://www.flickr.com/photos/center_for_jewish_history/3859858454/>As Jono
has been mentioning
one of the projects we're working on the translations community this cycle
are Translations

We'd like to show how translations change people's lives for the best, and
how the work of translators has an impact on that. We'd like to share our
excitement and highlight the awesome work translators do, and we thought
that articles with translations stories would be the perfect vehicle for

In order to achieve this, we need your help. You don't have to be a
translator for this: you only need a few spare hours and be willing to give
back to the project contributing on this effort to raise awareness on

So, without further ado, here's how:

Do you want to submit a story to let everyone know about the fantastic work
the translation team in your language is doing? Well, that's easy!

   - *Sign up*. Sign up for writing a translations story on this wiki
page<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/Stories>by adding your name
to the
   list <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/Stories#Contribute> there.
   - *Research*. Think about what you want to write, and get some
   information. The *Get inspired* section below (or
   should give you a few pointers to get you started.
   - *Write a Story*. Write a short article highlighting an area of your
   choice related to translations. Don't forget to add a picture!
   - *Send the Story*. Send me <https://launchpad.net/~dpm> your story (*david
   (DOT) planella (AT) ubuntu (DOT) com*) adding the word *[STORY]* to the
   e-mail's subject. I'll then take care of publishing it to Ubuntu
   Ubuntu Planet <http://planet.ubuntu.com/> and to the translators Facebook
   page <http://www.facebook.com/ubuntu.translators>.

Get inspired

Here are some ideas about what you can write about:

   - *Schools with Ubuntu in your language*: Check out the schools using
   Ubuntu in your language <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Education/UbuntuSchools>.
   Get in touch with them to get more information and write how they are using
   - *Translation Jams*: Did you run a translation jam during the
   UbuntuGlobalJam <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuGlobalJam> or at any other
   time? Tell us how it went!
   - *Statistics*: Did your team had a whooping increase in translation
the last release? Tell us how you dit it and promote some healthy
   competition amongst teams.
   - *Interviews*: Interview and tell us about people being able to use
   Ubuntu in their language
   - *Workflow*: Are you particularly proud about your successful
   translation workflow and would like to show it to other teams? Write an
   article and let everyone know!
   - *Be creative*: There are lots more of other subjects or areas where we
   can highlight the work of translators and their impact on people's lives.
   Use your imagination as a source for stories!

more news on this effort. We'll soon be publishing some guidelines on
how to write good translations stories to help you making them even more

Are you going to be the first to submit one? Looking forward to reading

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