Archive for the ‘localization’ tag.
LinguaNext, a Pune-based company that provides a “langauge management platform” for software products, has raised a round of funding form Helion Venture Partners, reports VCCircle. LinguaNext creates software products that allow enterprise software to be “localized” to one or more languages without requiring any change in the source code of the software. What is Localization? […]
(Last weekend, Pune played host to Arun Ranganathan, Technology Evangelist for the Mozilla Foundation, Seth Bindernagel, Director of Localization, and Axel Hecht, who co-ordinates localization from a technical perspective, and Ragavan Srinivasan, from Mozilla Labs. We had a meeting of the Mozilla Folks and the Pune Open Coffee Club. POCC member Gurminder Singh, posted this […]
Pune-based startup Dubzer, which launched at DemoFall’09 AlphaPitch, allows anybody to create translated versions of their websites without any engineering investment.
FUEL (Frequently Used Entries for Localization) is an open source project for streamlining the process of translating open source software into regional languages like Hindi and Marathi. We’ve had two major FUEL Marathi meetings recently – one in the GNUnify conference, and later in the Indlinux conference. Based on this, the Pune Linux Users Group […]
Image by fox2mike via Flickr What: A 2-day workshop intended for all teams working on localization, documentation and development of Indian versions of Linux When: 16, 17 May, 10am to 6pm Where: Red Hat Pune, 6th Floor, East Wing Marisoft-III, Marigold Premises, Kalyaninagar, Pune Registration and Fees: No idea. But, in keeping with the “free” […]
Pune-based startup Lipikaar, creator of software that allows typing of 15+ Indian languages using a standard English keyboard, and which was one of the companies selected for in this July’s proto.in, is once again in the news – for winning the Manthan award. The Manthan Award is a first of its kind initiative to recognize […]