July 15, 2009

All Thunderbird strings are now frozen for the Thunderbird 3 beta3 release

I just wanted to remind everyone that as of last night, Tuesday, July 14 at 23:59 PST, the firm code and string freeze went into effect. That means that all strings are now entirely frozen until we release Thunderbird 3 beta3.

As of now 15 locales have already opted-in to be part of this release. An additional 19 locales are green (meaning that they have no missing strings in their localization) on our l10n dashboard and will hopefully opt-in soon. Hopefully even more will follow so that Thunderbird 3 beta3 will be the largest release in terms of the number of localized versions ever.

Please remember that we are planning to accept localizations up until tomorrow Thursday, July 16 23:59 PST. So please opt-in for the beta3 release until then. You can opt-in in the corresponding opt-in thread in the mozilla.dev.l10n newsgroup.

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