Yesterday I've uploaded some translations, nothing seems to have exploded. I don't really need more translation synchronizations, I test my translations by manually putting new *.mo's in place. Over the next week, I may try to translate the fourth imperial campaign.
I must say I concur with Tribal-Chief about Transifex' Terms and Conditions. I don't feel very comfortable using their website, I try to avoid using their editor and I wonder why they make me connect to facebook - reasons why I use the Tor Browser for it. In general I'm weary of (would-be) giants that try to be the platform for any service they offer, like Google, Amazon, Microsoft (inc. GitHub), Canonical (inc. Launchpad), etc. , with the aim to accumulate more money and more power. They make me feel like a product whose every last bit of data is to be extracted for profit. There are alternatives, but they are likely to require more time, effort and/or money to use. I guess I'm willing to pay a bit of that to avoid those giants.
This website, on the other hand, I trust to be run by people without ulterior motives, and who I can talk to, at least electronically.
P.S.: @Tribal-Chief: what do you mean not being dutch but a nederlander instead? I don't understand that. Seeing as you don't play Widelands in Dutch yourself, I put the change to 'brievenbus' on a lower priority to-do list.