Oh, and I really want to give thanks to some people in particular. First to Cristobal for his generous efforts in bringing up the Pootle service. Even though it didn't work out, it was a great experiment and I appreciate everything you did for us. Clytie too for pushing so hard on use an open source solution for this part of Mailman's development (and I'd like to think, the helpful nudges on Launchpad to DTRT in open sourcing).
I'd also like to thank Danilo for patiently explaining Launchpad's translation service to me. All errors are mine.
And once again, my thanks to /everyone/ who translates Mailman. I'm a hopeless monolinguist, but I absolutely love that this humble project is so well translated and has blazed some trails in internationalizing Python projects. I remember when Tokio sent the first patches to display Mailman in Japanese. I was at a Python conference sitting next to Ka-Ping Yee, hacking away on my laptop. I got the interface up and although it looked pretty, I couldn't understand a word of it. Ka-Ping was shoulder surfing and was pleasantly surprised to see, and confirm, the Japanese web page. How cool was that?!
So everyone, thanks, and I hope Launchpad will make your lives much easier. As always, please provide me with feedback and I'll make sure it gets to Danilo and his team.