The Pan African Research on L10N Workshop & Localization “Blitz”, 24-27 of February 2007, Marrakesh, Morocco, brought together leading researchers and practitioners from across Africa to develop a joint research agenda. The main outcome of that meeting was to start a process of reinforcing a network of partners to conduct applied research on localisation issues […]
Translate lead the localisation track during AfricaSource. One of our participants Solomon Gizaw went on to complete a PhD in Localisation at the Localisation Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland. Africa Source II was an eight day hands-on workshop aimed at building the technical skills of those working with and within NGOs on the continent. […]
Translate and KhmerOS ran the localisation track as Asis Source. Our focus was on transfering skills to allow local organisations to start similar project toe Translate.org.za and KhmerOS. Asia Source was an eight day hands-on workshop aimed at building the technical skills of those working with NGOs in South and South East Asia. It took […]
Translate participated in the Localization Developers Sprint hosted by Aspiration and Tactical Technology Collective in Warsaw, Poland from the 20th to the 22nd of November, 2004. The event brought together a diverse group of leaders and innovators in software and documentation localization to share experiences, compare projects and practices, and document the same.