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Pentru versiunea în limba română a acestei pagini vizitați L10n:Teams:ro-RO.

Welcome to the page of the Romanian localization team at Mozilla. Here, you'll find lists of team leaders and translators, information on how to become part of Mozilla's L10n project, and links to pages where you can learn more about translating Mozilla's products and services.

The Romanian (ro, ro-RO) L10n team

Team website: http://mozilla.ro More informations about all areas of contribute are here.

Active team members

This list takes up those who translate or help in translating any of Mozilla's projects into Romanian.

Name Email Role Desktop OS Tablet OS Mobile OS HG Access? SVN Access?
Raul Nicolae Malea raul.malea @ gmail . com L10n team coordinator openSUSE Linux/Windows 8.1 N/A Firefox OS/Android YES; Level 1 L10n YES
Cristian Silaghi cristian.silaghi @ mozilla . ro L10n member & Firefox OS leader Windows 7/Ubuntu/Arch Linux Firefox OS Firefox OS/Android NO YES
Ioana Chiorean ioana.chiorean @ mozilla . ro L10n colaborator --- --- --- YES YES
Jobava jobaval10n @ gmail . com L10n websites Fedora 21-22/Ubuntu 14.04/Windows XP Android Android NO YES
Adrian Șuteu --- SUMO localizer --- --- --- NO NO
Putină Iulian --- --- --- --- --- NO NO
Ioana Schifirnet --- Fx for Android contributor --- --- --- NO NO

Localizers in training

Name Email Project assignment Desktop OS Tablet OS Mobile OS
Adrian Șuteu --- SUMO localization Ubuntu version # Windows 8 Metro Android ICS
Putină Iulian --- --- --- --- ---
Ioana Schifirnet --- --- --- --- ---

Localizers retired

Name Email Project assignment Desktop OS Tablet OS Mobile OS
Alexandru Szasz alexxed@gmail.com All projects localization - Old team leader Fedora # Windows 8 Metro Android ICS

L10n kit

Please list here the tools your team uses, as well as links to your L10n assets (e.g., translation memories, termbases, style guides, etc.).

Pootle and Verbatim
Pootle, Transvision and i18n
Translator's guide
Situation of translation
Webdashboard l10n RO
https://l10n.mozilla-community.org/webdashboard/?locale=ro (for localizing mozilla.org use Geany and Bugzilla for localizing text)
http://transvision.mozfr.org/ for checked strings into similar latin language

How to join this l10n team

Seven steps for newcomers to learn how to join your l10n team. To help localize Mozilla products and websites into Romanian:

  1. Introduce yourself to the Mozilla Romania community by emailing the mailing list.
  2. Create a Pootle account to submit translation suggestions.
  3. Contact Ioana Chiorean at ioana[DOT]chiorean[AT]gmail[DOT]com, Cristian Silaghi at cristian[DOT]silaghi[AT]mozilla[DOT]ro and Raul Malea at raul[DOT]malea[AT]gmail[DOT]com. Include your Pootle username.
  4. Study the localization and translation guide for Romanian and use the correct diacritics and punctuation marks (ă, ș, ț, î, â, „” «» etc.). We use ș and ț with comma, not cedilla. Be careful!
  5. Become familiar with translation reference tools, like Pootle and Transvision, to know how to provide translations that are consistent with the existing translations.
  6. After you've submitted translation suggestions, follow up with Cristian and Raul to get feedback on your contributions.
  7. If you find bugs in the existing translation, please file a bug here.

SUMO Localization

To help localize http://support.mozilla.org/ro into Romanian:

  1. Create a SUMO account
  2. If you can, get in touch with the Group Leader(s) listed here via a Private Message. If there is nobody listed there, please get in touch with Michał / vesper.
  3. Read our universal l10n documentation here. For language-specific documentation, please get in touch with your Group Leader(s).
  4. Visit your language thread in the forums and introduce yourself to the community. We don’t bite, unless you’re made of cake.
  5. Look at the localization dashboard for SUMO in Romanian and translate a SUMO article.
  6. When you're done, notify the team for them to review your work by emailing the mailing list.
  7. You're ready to go! If you have any questions, ask them on the forums.

Active projects


  1. Firefox Aurora
  2. Firefox OS/Gaia
  3. Fennec Aurora
  4. Thunderbird Aurora
  5. Lightning (Calendar) Aurora
  6. SeaMonkey Aurora (not active)


  1. mozilla.org
  2. addons.mozilla.org
  3. input.mozilla.com
  4. mozilla.com
  5. browserid
  6. support.mozilla.org
  7. verbatim
  8. mdm
  9. mozillians.org

Translation bugs

Bugzilla is Mozilla's own bug reporting and tracking system. It's found at bugzilla.mozilla.org.

  • File bug in Bugzilla under "Mozilla Localization" > "ro / Romanian".
  • List of open bugs filed under "Mozilla Localization" > "ro / Romanian".
  • File bug in Bugzilla under "www.mozilla.org" > "L10N" (preset for "ro").
  • List of open bugs filed under "www.mozilla.org" > "L10N" containing "ro".

Mozilla Etherpads

The Romanian L10n team has its own team pads at mozilla.etherpad.org. They can be used for cooperative efforts in translating, and as a scratch pads for those who want to keep their notes in a place accessible also to other Mozilla translators. You'll find them here:

For the moment, the following pads are available:

Others links

  1. Signoffs (ro)
  2. Localization at Mozilla Developer Network(MDN)
  3. Common starting webpage guide at MDN)

See also



Team communication


Since we actively promote open source values, we always try to improve our efforts and welcome your input. Please tell us what you think by joining the discussion (in English) either on the L10n forum english or the IRC channel #l10n english. You can also always contact the Romanian L10n team in either English or Romanian.