Mozilla Manifesto - released version
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Current status of Mozilla Manifesto localization
The Mozilla Manifesto is currently translated in 28 languages. See [here] in which languages is the Mozilla Manifesto translated.
How to translate Mozilla Manifesto
If your locale is not on this list, then take a look at the following bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=433928
You can translate the text and attach it to the bug. We strongly recommend to contact your locale community and give share the translated document for revision. [Here] you have a list with all localization teams.
For other questions, contact alina [at] mozillafoundation.org
Why to translate Mozilla Manifesto
The Mozilla Manifesto is a key document in order to understand the mission of Mozilla, why we do Firefox and why we are starting Drumbeat, why we work on Firefox Sync. It is all about user freedom on the Internet. It empowers hundreds of active contributors around the world.
Translating Mozilla Manifesto in your language and making it visible to your local community could help on keeping the community's members enthusiasm and make others to active contribute.
We encourage you not only translate, but also promote it on your local community website. See here some ideas on how you can promote the Mozilla Mission on your local community website.