Choosing a permissions policy
When opening your project for translation in Launchpad, you need to decide how you want to balance openness with quality control.
Launchpad allows you to choose who can submit suggestions, directly enter translations and review translations for your project. All you need to do is select one of Launchpad's four translations permission policies:
Open: anyone can submit translations directly to your project in Launchpad. Great for encouraging drive-by contributions.
Structured: if your project's translation group has assigned an individual or team to a particular language, only that person or members of that team can review and accept translation strings for that language. Anyone can suggest a translation for those languages, though. For languages that don't have an appointed team/individual within your translation group, anyone can directly submit a translation.
Restricted: similar to structured, except that translations are closed on languages that don't have an individual or team assigned to it within the translation group.
Closed: only people or teams appointed in the translation group can suggest or make translations. Translation is closed to everyone else. This is ideal if your project requires an agreement to transfer copyright before starting work.
Set your project's permissions policy by following the Change permissions link under the Permissions section on your project's translations overview page.
Now that you've decided your review policy, you need to choose a translation group.