SUMO has been redoing a lot of things to make it easier for users to find the right article. We are changing the navigation of our pages (the English website looks completely different now) and we also updated our article titles and summaries. Sounds like a lot of work for our localizers, right?
The good news is that we are sure that by doing these changes users will find help faster, getting to that article you translated with so much less effort. And it will bring happier users, so that you can be sure that your hard work is having a bigger impact. These changes are voluntary, so if you don’t have the time right away you can wait, but we strongly recommend them, for you and the users.
If you want to get the bigger picture don’t miss Michael’s post, he has all the detailed information. Also don’t hesitate to ask him or me about the new navigation or the new articles titles and summaries. We know it’s a lot of work, but we can do it as a team! Again, if you need any help or support, if you are frustrated or happy, or just want to chat, drop me a line. I’m here for you.
Big thanks to all of you for making Firefox easy to use for users all around the world. We are bringing the open web everywhere because of you!