50 Open Badges awarded for top LibreOffice translators!

A few months ago, we announced Open Badges for LibreOffice contributors. These are custom images with embedded metadata, awarded to our most active community members to say thanks for their great work!

The metadata describes the contributor’s work, and the badge can be verified using an external service. Open Badges are used by other free software projects, such as Fedora.

Anyway, today we’re awarding 50 Open Badges to the most active members in our localisation community, based on Weblate activity so far this year. Congratulations to everyone who got a badge – we’ve emailed it to you! Here’s the list of winners:

  • Joan Montané
  • Adam Rak
  • jwtiyar ali nariman
  • Paul Roos
  • Mihkel Tõnnov
  • Modestas Rimkus
  • Adolfo Jayme Barrientos
  • Donald Rogers
  • Valter Mura
  • eglejasu
  • Stanislav Horáček
  • Asier Sarasua Garmendia
  • Kolbjørn Stuestøl
  • Dimitris Spingos
  • Xosé
  • Tolmantas
  • Andika Triwidada
  • Baurzhan Muftakhidinov
  • Mihail Balabanov
  • tmtfx
  • Còdaze Veneto
  • Cheng-Chia Tseng
  • Karl Morten Ramberg
  • Christian Kühl
  • Stuart Swales
  • Ming Hua
  • Tuomas Hietala
  • Bachka
  • Andreas Pettersson
  • Yaron Shahrabani
  • Євген Кондратюк
  • Sérgio Marques
  • Jean-Baptiste Faure
  • Jørgen Madsen
  • Michael Wolf
  • gpopac
  • Ayhan YALÇINSOY
  • Miloš Šrámek
  • Milo Ivir
  • Ingmārs Dīriņš
  • Xuacu Saturio
  • Xandru Martino Ruz
  • kees538
  • Rhoslyn Prys
  • Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman
  • SteenRønnow
  • Sveinn í Felli
  • Jeanmi2403
  • kompilainenn
  • vpanter

We’ll be issuing more badges in the coming months, so stay tuned to the blog for more…

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