My blood type is 0+, which means everyone can use my blood so they kind of like it. Additionally my blood gets tested before anyone gets it. Hence I can regularly see if something wierd has appeared in my blood count.
Of course it would be pretty bad if the blood got mixed up so everything is labeled with stickers with barcodes running on some sort of database system.
|Logo of Slovenian institute for blood transfusion|
When I came to register I noticed they use a program with limited UI capabilites (only a couple of fields to enter data), but much more interesting, surprising and joyful discovery was gnome panel sitting on top of the screen.
As there were only icons and clodk in the panel (no text), I wasn't able to determine whether gnome was localised or not, but nevertheless it was great to see that software I am passionate about is being used in production environemnts where reliability and stability is a must.
Another example why it's good to translate. You never know who will find your work usefull :)
P.s. Unfortunately i don't have a screenshot because I forgot, but even if I wouldn't forget the picture probably wouldn't be any good, because computer monitor was behind glass window.