GNUnited Nations (GNUN) is a build system for www.gnu.org translations. It generates a PO template (.pot) for an original HTML article, and merges the changes into all translations, which are maintained as PO (.po) files. Finally, it regenerates the translations in HTML format.
The goal of GNUN is to make maintenance of gnu.org translations easier and to avoid the effect of seriously outdated translations when a particular team becomes inactive.
Currently, GNUN is pretty much tied to the layout and structure of GNU Project's website and is not suitable for other sites.
See also the trans-coord organizational project.
You can also checkout GNUN from CVS:
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/sources/trans-coord co trans-coord/gnun
GNUN documentation can be found at http://www.gnu.org/software/trans-coord/manual/. You may also find more information about GNUN by running info gnun and info web-trans on your system.
Announcements about GNUN releases are being made on <email@example.com>. You can use Mailman's “topics” by subscribing to the gnun topic — that way you will not receive other messages which might not be of interest.
To subscribe to these or any GNU mailing lists, please send an empty mail with a Subject: header line of just “subscribe” to the relevant -request list. For example, to subscribe yourself to GNU announcement list, you would send mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org> with no body and a Subject: header line of just “subscribe”. Or you can use the mailing list web interface.
If you would like any new feature to be included in future versions of GNUN, please send a request to <email@example.com>.
Please remember that development of GNUN is a volunteer effort, and you can also contribute to its development. For information about contributing to the GNU Project, please read How to help GNU.
If you think you have found a bug in GNUN, then please send as complete a report as possible to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The Free Software Foundation is the principal organizational sponsor of the GNU Operating System. Support GNU and the FSF by buying manuals and gear, joining the FSF as an associate member, or making a donation, either directly to the FSF or via Flattr.