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Slovenian (sl)

Team website: Mozilla Slovenija

Team group on Mozillians: Mozillians l10n:sl

Bugzilla: File a bug for Slovenian localization

Active team members

Name Email Nickname Role (owner) Hg Access? SVN Access?
Matjaž Horvat matjaz(at)mozilla.com mathjazz Firefox Desktop, Thunderbird, In-product pages, Persona YES YES
Nino Vranešič nino.vranesic(at)elnino.si elnino Firefox Mobile YES YES
Goran Kohek goran.kohek(at)gmail.com Goran Firefox Flicks YES NO
Gašper Deržanič gasper.derzanic(at)gmail.com gapson Mozillians, Webmaker NO NO
Alneja Gašpar alneja.gaspar(at)gmail.com nejka Firefox Input NO NO

Localizers in training

Name Email Project assignment
Jernej Baranja jernej19(at)gmail.com Firefox Mobile
Mojca Šetinc mojca89(at)gmail.com Firefox Flicks
Matej Priteržnik prixon(at)gmail.com Firefox Flicks
Aleš Petrovački alespetrovacki(at)gmail.com Firefox Flicks

Previous localizers

Name Nick Role
Vito Smolej smo Thunderbird, SUMO, AMO, Affiliates, Mozillians, Input

Active projects

  • Firefox Desktop
  • Thunderbird
  • Persona
  • Firefox Flicks
  • Firefox Input
  • SUMO
  • AMO
  • Mozillians
  • Affiliates

Current status of all projects

L10n kit

We use Mercurial and text editors to localize Firefox and Thunderbird. When possible, we use Verbatim to localize web content, otherwise we use SVN and text editors.

How to join this l10n team

We welcome all new localizers and contributors. Being a localizer at Mozilla is fun and gives you great power. But with great power there must also come — great responsibility! It's not only important to start a localization project, but to also keep it up to date. If you see something interesting, don't start in a rush. Someone might be already working on it and we don't want to waste anyone's time.

Please follow these steps before you start contributing:

  1. Join us on Google Groups.
  2. Check if there are already open threads or open a new discussion to introduce yourself and explain what you'd like to do.
  3. Wait for instructions on how to proceed.

Team communication

We use Google Groups.