Not that it’s new to me, but I have my first GSoC work up for code review: http://codereview.musicbrainz.org/r/1941/! This is the entire “domain-splitting path”, essentially. It also includes some other fixes, though, especially a few we’d already put on http://i18n.mbsandbox.org/: correcting the language codes to the right format for translation, and successfully translating non-ASCII msgids.
Hopefully this’ll ship soon — but it’s already on the sandbox, for those who want to test it out.
Transifex (https://www.transifex.net/projects/p/musicbrainz/) is updated with all the new translations, and I’m working on updating the server to use these new domains — I have the framework in place, now it’s just a matter of changing over huge numbers of places using the old system where the new domains need to be used! Picard 1.0 also got released, which included a number of languages where translation was done on Transifex. Several Picard developers are working on using the ‘countries’ domain I extracted from musicbrainz-server, to reduce duplication.
Hopefully shipping the code changes for the new domains in the next few days!