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|Thank you for your contributions to the Ukrainian translation of Waymarked Trails!||0||10:08, 24 September 2012|
Greetings! I'm one of the lead web developers on the Encyclopedia of Life project. Thanks so much for your help in translating EOL to Ukrainian. I'm adding Ukrainian to the active languages right now, and you should see it live next week, once we deploy (0900 ET Thursday next week).
There are still a few high-profile missing translations (such as global_access_tagline, maps_with_count, and media_with_count), so if you have the chance, a little more work would go a long way. But on the whole, it looks really good! Thanks again, we deeply appreciate it.