When you modify the translation, you can commit changes to SVN using the "Commit to VCS" link on the Edit page. I've already made the initial commit.
When I checked-out your translation file, and rebuilt the project, I could change the interface language to Czech (you have to restart the application before it takes effect though). Let me know if it is working for you. The Czech translation should be shipped with the next build. Thank you!
I made a new section for translators on our "Team And Contributors" page at  and acknowledged your contribution there.
To all translation contributors: I've probably failed to give proper credit to all of you on the contributors page. If your notice that your name is missing in the list, please contact me. In particular, I see there is some ongoing activity on the spanish translation by user acastroy and I'd like to give him credit.
Oh, and let me remind to everybody how easy it is to add new translations to SIP Communicator. Just let us know you language and we will activate the translation project on http://translate.sip-communicator.org. Some of existing translations need some love too
On 03/25/2010 10:38 PM, Radek Terber wrote:
I have uploaded the "cs.po" file to pootle server (partially translated,
not fully translated yet), I have SVN project checked out, built and
running (SVN rev. 6926 for now). I have "resources_cs.properties" file
in "resources/languages" dorectory too, but I can't see "Czech" language
in language list in application. When I debug application, I could see
the "Czech" locales are put to "localesConfigComboBox" combo in
"GeneralConfigurationPanel", but in application it is not visible.
Where I am wrong? I didt not know mechanish how the new localization is
registered to the application. Could I commit changes using "Commit to
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