[PLUG] Localisation Camp in Pune

Praveen A pravi.a at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 05:37:36 PST 2010


Hi,

We are organising a localisation camp in Red Hat office coming weekend
(20, 21 March). Schedule is given below.

Saturday 20th

    * 9am to 10 am - Registration/Introductions
    * 10 am to 11 am - Interactive Session on Free Software
    * 11 am to 12 pm - Enabling Applications for Localisation
(Internationalisation or i18n) and key software components enabling a
localised desktop experience (Unicode standard, Fonts, rendering
engine or displaying Indic/complex text, locale, gettext ... ) -
Naveen Kumar, Red Hat
    * 12 pm to 1 pm - Introducing Input methods (hands on)
    * lunch break
    * 2 pm to 3 pm - Localisation process and tools (where to get po
files, editing PO files, tools available like glossary, fuel,
translation memory ..., review and submission process for various
languages) - Ankit Patel, Red Hat
    * 3 pm to 5 pm - Getting hands dirty with translations

Sunday 21st

    * 9 am to 10 am - Other aspects of local language computing -
discussion - (text to speech, speech recognition, optical character
recognision/handwriting recognision, rendering issues, Indic calendars
with holidays, ascii to unicode conversion ...) - Naveen Kumar, Red
Hat
    * 10 am to 12 pm - Reviewing existing translations/discussing
issues with regards to translations
    * 12 pm to 1 pm - Getting hands dirty with translations
    * lunch break
    * 2 pm to 3 pm - Closing discussion/feedback/todo/roadmap/future
sessions/online participation

For more details and registration see
http://wiki.smc.org.in/Localisation_Camp/Pune We are limiting
participants to first 25 registrations. So hurry up.

- Praveen
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