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Translation status for LibreOffice 3.5.0 beta0

Following the good examples of Christian Perrier (Debian l10n leader), I’m glad to publish translation status update for LibreOffice 3.5.0 beta0. Information is based on the documentation foundation pootle server.

9 languages at 100%: Catalan (ca), Danish (da), French (fr), Scottish Gaelic (gd), Portuguese (pt), Portuguese (Brazil) (pt_BR), Russian (ru), Slovenian (sl) and Chinese (China) (zh_CN).

15 languages at 99%: Asturian (ast), Bulgarian (bg), Breton (br), Welsh (cy), Belarusian (be), German (de), English (United Kingdom) (en_GB), Esperanto (eo), Estonian (et), Galician (gl), Latvian (lv), Norwegian Bokmål (nb), Polish (pl), Turkish (tr) and Slovak (sk).

1 languages at 98%: Hungarian (hu)

15 languages at 97%: Assamese (as), Czech (cs), Chinese (Taiwan) (ch_TW), Spanish (es), Basque (eu), Finnish (fi), Irish (ga), Gujarati (gu), Croatian (hr), Italian (it), Icelandic (is), Kannada (kn), Marathi (mr), Dutch (nl) andTelugu (te).

2 languages at 96%: Hebrew (he) and Japanese (ja).

1 languages at 95%: Vietnamese (vi)

5 languages at 94%: English (South Africa) (en_ZA), Indonesian (id), Khmer (km), Tamil (ta) and Uighur (ug).

4 languages at 93%: Arabic (ar), Bengali (bn), Catalan (Valencia) (ca_XV) and Korean (ko).

1 languages at 92%: Oriya (or).

1 languages at 91%: Swedish (sv).

1 languages at 90%: Greek (el).

11 languages between 80%-89%: Afrikaans (af), Bosnian (bs), Hindi (hi), Lithuanian (lt), Macedonian (mk), Burmese (my), Norwegian Nynorsk (nn), Occitan (oc), Oromo (om), Sinhala (si) and Ukrainian (uk).

11 languages between 70%-79%: (no list)

10 languages between 60%-69%: (no list)

13 languages between 50%-59%: (no list)

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