The Mozilla in Mexico community supports efforts to translate and localize the internet browser Mozilla Firefox into indigenous languages of Latin America.
Their website currently features modules for 26 indigenous languages across Mexico, Guatemala and Ecuador, including kichwa, tz’utujil, yaqui, and others.
If you would like to install Mozilla Firefox in an indigenous language, you first need to have your browser installed in Mexican Spanish in order to download the language packets in their pilot versions.
If you are interested in collaborating with software localization efforts at Mozilla Mexico, please fill out this form.
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