Localisation Camp/2 Pune 20,21 March 2010
Date: 20, 21 March 2010
Venue: Red Hat Office, Tower 10, Cyber City, Magarpatta City, Hadapsar
A Localisation camp is a place for introducing new people to localisation tools, processes and communities. It is also a place for inviting feedback from wide spectrum of people to improve existing translations. And a place to meet up and interact with other members of the community.
For more details contact Praveen Arimbrathodiyil +91 9561745712, Rishikesh Yeolekar +91 9423507864, Abhijit A.M. +91 9422308125
- We are limiting attendance to 25 persons on a first come first serve basis.
- Lunch and tea will be provided at the venue.
- Participants to come with 2 or 4 GB USB sticks, can go back with a L10n-ised spin of F12 in a locale of their choice.
- 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) - Naveen Kumar, Red Hat
- lunch break
- 2 pm to 3 pm - Localisation process and tools (where to get po files, editing PO files, tools available like kbabel, lokalize, transifex, pootle etc, review and submission process for various languages) - Ankit Patel, Red Hat
- 3 pm to 5 pm - Getting hands dirty with translations
- 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 - Translation tidbits - Runa Bhattacharjee, Red Hat
- lunch break
- 2 pm to 3 pm - Getting hands dirty with translations
- 3 pm to 3:30 pm - Introduction to FUEL and it's Future roadmap - Rajesh Ranjan, Red Hat
- 3:30 pm to 4 pm - Closing discussion/feedback/todo/roadmap/future sessions/online participation
- Praveen A - Swathanthra Malayalam Computing (laptop=yes)
- Ani Peter - Swathanthra Malayalam Computing (laptop=yes)
- Naveen Kumar - Red Hat (laptop=yes)
- Ankit Patel - Red Hat (laptop=yes)
- Runa Bhattacharjee - Red Hat / Ankur (laptop=yes)
- Rajesh Ranjan - Red Hat (laptop=yes)
- G Karunakar - IndLinux (laptop=yes)
- Pavithran S - kdetelugu (laptop=yes)
Please register for the event here (just add your name, organisation/institution and tell us if you are bringing your own laptop). Optionally add your contact number (if you feel OK to share on a public wiki page) or send your contact number to pravi dot a plus l10n dot camp at gmail dot com (dot is '.', plus is '+', at is '@').
- Labeeb M - Swathanthra Malayalam Computing
- Nabeel P.M - MIT, Hadapsar (laptop=yes)
- Abhijit A M - Uncode
- Rishikesh Y - Uncode
- Rushal - Tech Mahindra
- Dnyaneshwar Dewadkar- COEP
- Gautam Akiwate - CoEP
- Ashwin Tumma - CoEP
- Mihir Kulkarni - CoEP
- Amler Vipul - Uncode
- Aditya Raman - AppliedEye Pune
- Ajay Garg - Lokayat
- Aditya N - Lokayat
- Parag Pandit - Uncode
- Swapnil - MIT
- Rajiv Joshi - Lokayat
- Yogesh - Uncode
- Tanushri Chakravorty - COEP
- Raghavendra Belapure - COEP
- Monali chim - COEP
- Nisha Chaudhari - COEP
- Sana Khan, sanakhan2011 at gmail dot com
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- Sameer Shaikh, sameera dot cmc at gmail dot com
- Ankit Dangi, dangiankit at gmail dot com
- Suchakrapani Datt Sharma, suchakra at fedoraproject dot com
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