Re: Debian for the developing world: help with human languages
I think debian-i18n is the place to fit this request,
so I forward this from debian-devel / debian-project to here.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
at 23 Feb 2000 02:06:56 -0500,
on Debian for the developing world: help with human languages,
David Coe <email@example.com> writes:
> [I've agreed to help Bob Chassell of FSF run a workshop on "Freely
> Redistributable, Open Source Software"
> (http://www.globalknowledge.org.my/gkii_workshop_mimos.htm) at the
> "Global Knowledge II" conference, March 7-10, in Kuala Lumpur.
> This conference, sponsored by the Global Knowledge Partnership
> (http://www.globalknowledge.org/), is where "people, representing
> the public and private sectors will meet to hammer out strategies
> that will put information and knowledge in the hands of developing
> countries and the world's poor."
> Bob Chassell is an FSF Founder, Debian user and fan, and we will
> present Debian as the largest, freest, and most reliable GNU/Linux
> Debian has excellent support for languages, I've heard, but I have no
> personal experience there. Since this audience will be global and
> diverse (fortunately for me the conference is held in English),
> I suspect they'd like to hear about that. Can anyone offer me some
> pointers, for users and/or developers?
Are their any people from Malaysia on -i18n list ?
Taketoshi Sano: <firstname.lastname@example.org>,<email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>