MassBrowser

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"MassBrowser is a state-of-the-art system designed to circumvent Internet censorship. MassBrowser is open-source and free-to-use. It has been designed and developed by the Secure, Private Internet (SPIN) Research Group at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. MassBrowser operates with the help of normal Internet users with open access to the Internet who volunteer to help censored Internet users."

Website: massbrowser.cs.umass.edu

Translate MassBrowser

Getting Started

1. Create a Transifex Account:

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2. Join the MassBrowser Translation Team

3. Download MassBrowser:

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4. Review the #Translation Guidelines:

Make sure you are familiar with the Translation Guidelines before you begin translating. They contain important information like whether or not to translate or transliterate the project name.

5. Start Translating from the #Translation Priorities & Resources:

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Translation Priorities & Resources

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Localization Resources

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Translation Guidelines

Refer to the general Translation and Review Guidelines.

  • Do not translate or transliterate the app name. If it is necessary to transliterate for users in your language, please leave "Briar" in Latin letters followed by the transliterated name in parentheses.
Ex: Briar (برایر)

Contact

Contact erinm if you are interested in contributing to MassBrowser as a volunteer translator or reviewer or have feedback about the project.