Participants for the usability test for new translation features
We are planning to add new features for the MediaWiki Translate Extension to make easy for users to translate software to multiple languages. We are looking for users of different levels of expertise: from those who never made a translation, to those making use of translation platforms such as translatewiki.net in a daily basis. If you are interested in trying these new translation features in a quick usability test (less than 30 minutes), please fill in this form.

Note that by submitting this form you agree to the terms and conditions and license language in the release ( http://goo.gl/a2M2Q ).
E-mail *
Provide an e-mail address so we can contact you for participation in the test.
How many languages do you speak? *
Indicate the number of languages you can speak, including English
Indicate which languages you can communicate with and your proficiency level (very low, basic, good, native). *
Example: Spanish (native), English (basic), French (very low)
In which country are you located? *
Participation in translation communities
Which on-line translation communities have you participated in?
Participating in a translation community for you is a way to... *
You can select multiple answers.
Required
According to your participation in translation communities, mark the answers you consider true.
Technical information
In order to participate in the testing we need to know some technical details.
Which kind of operating system do you prefer to use for the testing session? *
Which communication mechanisms you are capable of using?
Indicate which of the following features are available in your computer?
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