(follow up to lilmatt’s blog post)
I want to write a bit on what Ian McKellar, my old fellow from Flock, and now a proud member of the Songbird team, called Not Invented Here attitude.
Actually, NIH syndrom is well known and described in the memoirs of Wikipedia. It’s a persistent sociological culture that prevents the organization from using existing knowledge, code or research because it has different origins.
While this topic has been widely discussed all around the globe, and even in open source world, it has never been a topic in a Mozilla ecosystem debate.
Pity, since there is an elephant in the room, I can swear.
As Stef wrote, we have finally released first locales of Flock 1.0 to the public!
Spanish (for spain and latin america), Finnish, Polish, Russian, Slovak are available for users!
We’re working on the next round that should contain some of those from Flock 1.0 L10n status.
If you want to help with those, or start a new localization for Flock, read this
Flock 0.9 is out! It took a bit longer than expected, but things are moving fast now on the track for Flock 1.0.
Because of the huge amount of work and changes in the codebase, Flock 0.9 is not ready for localization yet. Enjoy this release, test, give Flock a feedback, and if you’re lucky to speak fluently any language other than English, join us in the localization effort for 0.9.5!
The initial announcement went online last week and tomorrow we’ll start the localization phase for Flock 0.9.5 due to be released late this month.
Flock L10n is getting an update now.
Right now I’m doing last bits of cleanup to reduce the amount of work for localizers and starting from tomorrow, the localization will ignite Check the Flock l10n maillist for more news!