I maintained Lithuanian localization of Mozilla software (Firefox, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey and Calendar) and websites pretty much alone between around 2006 and 2014.
At some point I managed to attract more people and split the work between us, but I never became a proper team leader or motivator, so most of us gradually lost interest and moved on.
I haven't fully quit localizing though: I sometimes find myself doing some potentially unjustifiable L10n of Mozilla web pages late at night. On top of all that, I sometimes localize something (also potentially unjustifiable) outside of Mozilla.
At daytime, I'm a web developer in Vilnius, which is the capital of Lithuania and my hometown. There's more info about my professional background on LinkedIn, if you're curious, however, it is probably not emphasized enough there how much stuff I still have to learn (or get used to) to really see myself as a pro in what I do.
When I don't work, I like watching TV (mostly anime, but also movies and TV series) and reading web comics (I even took a shot at translating one). I also like cycling (mostly to work and back) and travelling abroad.