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Serbian (sr)

Team website: Mozilla Srbija

Bugzilla: File a new bug for Serbian localization

Active members

Name Email Project assignment Hg Access?
Marko Andrejić (:facyber) marko.andrejic93(at)gmail.com L10n and QA lead
Firefox Desktop
Firefox for Android
Focus for Android
Web Designer
Marko Kostić (:Kostic) marko.m.kostic(at)gmail.com Thunderbird
Pontoon projects
Test Pilot projects

List of all contributors.

Current status of projects

L10n kit


We use Pontoon to localize Firefox, Firefox for Android, Thunderbird and other web content.

Style Guide

Check our community's localization guide (in Serbian) where you will learn basics of Pontoon plaftorm, how we translate specific words and terms, gramm rules, etc.

Translation Memory
  1. Transvision is useful in several situations, for example to check if wrong strings belong to the software or an add-on, identify in which file a particular string is saved or check how an English string is localized (this is extremely important for SUMO articles).
  2. Pontoon's Terminology displays matches from various services: internal translation memory, Mozilla Transvision, open source translation memory, Microsoft terminology and machine translation.
  3. Mikroknjiga's online dictionary can be very helpful in situations when you are not sure how to translate something.
GitHub Repository

Our members maintain GitHub repository for Serbian community, which holds informations about curent and future projects, plans for hackathons, out design style files, etc.

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.

Please follow these steps to start contributing:

  1. Contact our localization team leader Marko Andrejić (:facyber)
  2. Join our Telegram group and/or irc channel #mozilla.sr
  3. Check out this guide (in Serbian) to get an idea how our community localizes Mozilla products and web content.
  4. Wait for further instructions on how to start contributing to the community.