Good news for those looking to download Ubuntu Desktop 23.10, as the recent issue involving a hostile translation has been solved and so the downloads are up again.
Canonical have put out a fresh build of Ubuntu 23.10 and Ubuntu Budgie 23.10 with a fresh Ukrainian translation, which is the one that was hit with some pretty offensive stuff in it. In their updated announcement post Canonical stated "Going forward we will be drafting new safeguards around translation moderation in Ubuntu Desktop. We will share the outcome of these discussions once they are refined.".
Nothing else has changed, it's the same Ubuntu 23.10 release announced recently but with the installer translation issue solved.
Hopefully this won't happen again. Real shame it happened in the first place though. Unfortunately, some people will target anything for abuse, even open source projects to spread hate.