There was a fairly cool milestone passed very recently that I thought we should all take a moment celebrate: there are now more than one million translated strings in Moodle. This speaks volumes to the global community that is Moodle and the amount of effort and commitment this community has (and will continue) to provide to the development of Moodle.
Moodle’s translation platform is called AMOS and can be accessed here: https://lang.moodle.org/
This is a wonderful, usually non-technical, way for anyone in the Moodle community to contribute to the platform’s growth and development.
Have you contributed translations for Moodle? Please tell us about your experience in the comments below!