Monthly Archives: April 2011

News for March 2011

Translations

At the bottom of the main site (alpha.libre.fm) you’ll now see a small drop-down box that allows you to select the language you’d like to view Libre.fm in. Thanks to the sterling work of a whole host of dedicated translators we now have pretty complete translations for Esperanto, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Slovenian, Spanish and Welsh. If you’d like to help translate Libre.fm to support even more languages then simply visit our translations page, sign up for an account and get stuck in.

Google Summer of Code

This year we’re taking part in the Google Summer of Code under the umbrella of the GNU project. If you’re currently a university student and are interested in spending your summer working on GNU FM (the software behind Libre.fm) and getting paid to do so, then drop by the #libre.fm IRC channel on irc.freenode.net and have a chat with us about how to apply. There’s only a few days left until the application deadline on the 8th of April, so don’t delay. Further details…

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