Wednesday, November 28, 2007

First result from GHOP: Crunchy Estonian

By now everyone has probably heard of Google Highly Open Participation contest, and the participation of the PSF. And, initially through serendipity but later with more active involvement, a few Crunchy-related tasks were created including some involving translations. And, just a day after the contest started, a first translation (in Estonian!) has been made for Crunchy by a student named Tanel.

The tasks assigned are usually not very big but they provide nice stepping stones for getting people involved in open source software. Thank you Google for this wonderful idea.

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