> Things have come a long way in the past year or so.
> In addition to Firefox, we (Séamus Ó Ciardhuáin and I) now
> have about 75% of the core KDE system translated. I use
> it as my everyday desktop at work (Gentoo Linux) and
> everything works beautifully.
woohoo ! I really need to upgrade to the next suse or get something else.
> OpenOffice is also about 75% done now. I did most of this
> myself, and my Irish isn't as good as Séamus's, but I wouldn't
> call the translation "poor" by any stretch.
i'll let you know if i disagree :)
> We could use lots of help on both of these projects
> if you (Dara, or anyone else out there) are interested.
> Translators are needed, but also proofreaders and testers,
> so don't worry if you don't have perfect Irish.
I have g-star'd this email so i don't forget, but you can take this as
having contacted you and feel free to continue off the list. I
wouldn't say i'm the best speaker in the world but i'm certainly
stubborn enough to keep at it.
go raibh míle for the wonderful feedback.
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