A few weeks ago, Khaled Hosny asked  that someone else takes care of coordinating GNOME translations. And I'm going to be that someone .
Currently, we are at 82%, which is not bad considering that most applications are above 95% and only a few applications are seriously lacking (to anyone wishing to help, these are: network-manager-applet, gnome-packagekit, gnome-disk-utility, gcalctool, and for the brave evolution).
Also, the development tools are quite lacking (with anjuta at 57% and glade at 56%). These shouldn't be given very high priority, but there are already some translations by Muhammed Nour ready for review. Any volunteers? The problem here is that we haven't much discussed development related terms, let's try to bring more activity to the techdict.
Another thing that I want to discuss is the website, we should probably get a website that doesn't look it came from the previous century (I'm not asking for a highly interactive site, but something that would be translatable and nice looking). Last time this was discussed, the idea was to use Drupal, but not much work has been done. I think the problem (not only for this but all over Arabeyes) is that there wasn't really a leader. It isn't easy to be a leader, so I'm not blaming anyone, but with some dedication from a few people we can probably get something done. FWIW, I've made (with some help by Sohaib Afifi) a little prototype for a website in Python/Django based on a design by Youssef Chahibi. (I'll try to publish it somewhere)
And last but not least, I'd like to organize something like a monthly meeting on IRC, in order to keep people motivated. A recent thread on the doc list  (mainly the 2 last messages in the thread) shows that there is interest in making things a bit more active, and I'd like to help in this.
So what's the best time for you? I'm leaning towards something like Thursday/Friday/Saturday at 16:00 UTC, as that would be week-end evening for most, but I'm open to proposals. What do you think?
I hope this wasn't too long, and thanks for reading along. Now, I'd like to know your ideas/opinions.