Tag Archives: Uganda

Social Localisation For the Rest of Us

Friedel Wolff, of Translate, presented at the 17th Annual LRC Conference in Limerick, Ireland on 20 September 2012. A number of high profile cases have been mentioned of social networks localising at impressive speed. Facebook and Twitter as some of the most prominent social networking services certainly get a lot of attention. What can we […]

Ugandan students translate Firefox

Published in Tectonic Students and linguists from Makerere University have translated the open source web browser, Mozilla Firefox, into Luganda at a Translate@thon held on the campus in Kampala, Uganda last week. The two-day gathering brought together almost 200 students and allowed them to make a practical contribution to their language’s presence in the digital […]