We'd love your support in making CENO Browser as useful and accessible as possible.
To learn more about setting up a bridge, please consult the user manual.
Help translate the CENO Browser app, web extension, user manual and website!
To get started:
- Make an account on Weblate or sign in with your Github or Gitlab ID. Note: Account creation is not required, but you will only be able to suggest translations in this case.
- Visit the Censorship.no project page - which lists all components and their strings (including Android app strings, the web browser extension, the User Manual and the website).
- On the Censorship.no project page's 'Languages' tab, choose the language you want to work on, or -- in case the language doesn't exist yet -- initiate a new language by selecting a component from the main project page and clicking on the "Start a new translation" button.
Please contact the CENO team via the contact form below if you're interested in becoming a reviewer for translation(s) in your language(s).
For more information about how to use Weblate, see the Weblate documentation.
CENO is completely Free/Libre/Open Source Software. If you are interested in its source code please check the following Git repositories:
- Browser components: package builder, Firefox fork, included extensions, settings extension source
- Ouinet source
You may also be interested in the (no longer maintained) previous incarnation of CENO, built on the Freenet anonymous file sharing and content publishing network. Other inactive project-related repositories can be found at the Censorship.no! archive.