New locales added to Firefox Aurora

Jeff Beatty

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Today we’re very pleased to announce the addition of three new locales to the Firefox Aurora channel: Azerbaijani (az), Burmese (my), and Sakha (sah).

Azerbaijani (az), also known as Azeri, is primarily spoken inĀ Iran, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkmenistan, and Syria. Ethnologue reports that there are approximately 25,000,000 native Azerbaijani speakers. To help their localization of Firefox move to the Release channel, join the Azerbaijani l10n team.

Burmese (my), also known as Myanmar, is primarily spoken in Burma/Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. Ethnoloque reports that there were approximately 32,000,000 native speakers of Burmese in 2000. To help their localization of Firefox move to the Release channel, join the Burmese l10n team.

Sakha (sah), also known as Yakut, is spoken primarily in the Sakha Republic of the Russian Federation. Ethnologue reports that there were approximately 450,000 native Sakha speakers in 2010.

Congratulations to these teams! We look forward to seeing their hard work on the Release channel soon.

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