Less than 1 minute, my friend!
It’s free, requires no registration, has amateur and professional categories, and plenty of language pairs. (English to Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Europe & Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Europe & Latin America).
The localization can be done in less than a day, is completely online, and is a great opportunity to get to know a different field, or simply prove (and hone) your skills. There’s quite a community of friendly people studying for the contest, and some of them hold study groups around the world. I am holding an online study group in the smartcat forum, and I’d like to invite you all to participate in the discussion and share your ideas.
We have a list of useful links and resources to study, we have a help section to assist you in solving any technical issues you may come up with, and mainly we hope to discuss and find alternatives to better our skills and ace the contest. You can quickly register in the forum, introduce yourself, and then we can get started.
Help us expand our knowledge and come exchange some thoughts!