- Localization process documentation tells you know what to expect in terms of timing and other areas
- Know your locale names
- Learn how to create a new localization
- How to use Mercurial (the code repository for Mozilla)
- Localization overview
- Update your team by listing project leaders with contact information
- Follow information on upcoming Firefox 3.1 release
- Webdev localization process documentation documents steps required to take a currently existing website and make it localizable
- Axel Hecht Team technical lead
- Pascal Chevrel, Web localization, Google Snippets, in-product pages
- Staś Małolepszy, Web services
- Zbigniew Braniecki, Tools, Community, technical support
- Wil Clouser, Tools, web development, addons.mozilla.org
- Chris Hofmann, various projects
- Gen Kanai, l10n evangelist in Asia
- Carsten Book "Tomcat" , QA L10n Coordinator
- Milos Dinic , Web l10n coordinator, Community shepherd
- Peter Bengtsson, Elmo Django developer
- Weekly l10n-driver status meetings
- L10n:Firefox Trademark Review
- 1.9 Branches
Mozilla's Localization Home
Thank you for visiting the Mozilla Localization homepage. This is a starting point to get involved in Localization (L10n).
The links below will help you become more familiar with Mozilla's localization process.
Learn about what our team is doing by reading the notes from the weekly status meetings.
Or, get involved! Check out any number of the pages below and/or subscribe to our forums.
If you have any questions, please email the L10n driver's team who focuses on servicing the existing localization community and expanding to new areas.