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The Status of Research in Localisation

In this 10th and concluding article in the series on localisation, the author take a closer look at the challenges for Indian language localisation and the current status of research in the field….

Internationalisation and localisation

Localisation: An Introduction

This article is aimed at language computing enthusiasts interested in using computing devices in their native language, developers interested in supporting localisation, linguists interested in understanding translation issues, and business managers exploring the…

Transifex: Let a Thousand Languages Bloom!

Transifex can be your gateway to translations.

Enabling Indian Languages on the FOSS Desktop, Part 3: Your Desktop, Your Language

In the past, we’ve looked at how to enable word processing in your native language. In fact, your entire desktop, menus included, can be displayed in your language.

Enabling Indian Languages on the FOSS Desktop, Part 2: The Little GNOME Stands Tall

The smirking little leprechaun—stands up to KDE, doesn’t he, the spunky dwarf? As we will see, it takes a little more configuration than KDE, but GNOME users, too, can type on their desktops in their mother tongues. The nerve of the GNOME!

Like the Comfort of Your Locality

Amongst the over 80 languages currently under maintenance, nearly 15 Indian languages are already part of the Fedora Localisation Project. And there sure is room for a lot more, so join in!

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