Tuesday, June 29, 2010

143 languages are getting ready for the #Usability upgrade

There is a #Wikipedia in over 270 languages and of these 143 have some messages of the Usability Initiative software localised. This came to light when Shiju Alex asked why Tamil was not in the list. The answer is that it is rather depressing when it shows the many many languages that still have made no preparations at all.

There are some 378 messages to translate and, they will be "in your face"; they are likely to replace many of the current  "most used" messages. The software of the Usability Initiative will be rolled out to all projects.
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