Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Firefox in Armenian is available (language pack)

In my previous post we had almost completed and we were working on creating a langpack. In this post you will see that we have a working langpack and that we are getting even closer.

On April 16th (I know this are old news but still) we got our "Armenian (hy-AM Language Pack" out and since then we have got a little more than a 100 downloads (not too many but we will get there).

We (me and Robert Sargsyan) are waiting to be the registered Armenian localization team. So far we have passed the first review and one more review is to happen before we become the official team (I believe).

The following steps would be to find out how to become a "beta" locale for Firefox 4 and manage to get a large number of users.

I think that the plan is to:
We welcome any suggestions on how to promote our langpack or what route to take from here.

You can also visit our support site:

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  1. Congratulations!

    I know you have been working on this for a long time, so it's awesome to see it being ready to be used :)

  2. argh...
    I just deleted my own comment.

    I think I said that the translation was done by Robert over several months of constant work and I just did the technical part of it.

    Thanks for the congratulations!