Last week, and thanks to the efforts of Brendan (among others), a lot of tests that used to be private were moved to Checkbox, the tool that we are going to use to test Ubuntu for the Ubuntu Friendly project, and are now public.
This means that a lot of new strings are ready to be translated:
We want Ubuntu Friendly to be as open as possible and that involves having the tests translated to as many languages as possible. We are aiming to collect as many results as possible, so allowing people who don’t speak English to test their systems and provide results is a very desirable feature.
If you speak a non-English language (or want tests to be in perfect Queen’s English), come to our translations page and submit your translation suggestions. Thanks!