There hasn't been a word about #translate for almost a year now, so let me say a couple of things, since lots changed, and maybe some would like to know, and i bet there are lots of users who still don't know what is translate about.
#Translate was formed in January 2007, by Silvered, in august that year, it became an official UUC channel. Today #translate is one of the most active UUC projects, with support of 23 languages (soon extending to 25). The languages are:
Albanian, Arabic, Danish, English, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Macedonian, Maldivian, Maltese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Urdu.
These languages have active translators on the channel who are giving help day by day, and making the project advance more. Each language can be translated to English and vice-versa.
In June #translate made a new internal project, called Translate Answers, which is an offline way for people to ask for help in translations. A website has been built by Miguel, he coded this from 0, so he did an awesome job. The website is : http://answers.translatechannel.org
and anyone can help with the translations.
More informations about #translate, it's purpose and it's crew can be found on http://user-com.undernet.org/translators