Yes! that is a tip, certainly a good idea. Thank you!
AFAIK i18n is the process of generalizing concepts / features of Software;
to make it useful and simple for general crowd.
Where as l10n is the process of making the software fit for a particular
purpose / group.
I hope this is helpful, and explained this correctly ;-)
On Tue, 30 Jun 2020, 19:15 Ankur Sinha, <sanjay.ankur(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 11:18:01 +0500, Shehroz Kaleem wrote:
> Dear All Fellow Fedora People!
(only replying to fedora-join list)
> I have started work on a proposed Tutorial/Classroom session about L10N,
> have created a slideshow; to accompany my tutorial video.
> I am presenting my draft for record and input from the community.
> These are the links to my slide https://switch.shehroz.pk/L10N-Slide.pdf
> Similarly i have opened an issue on pagure to track the progress, you can
> see this here https://pagure.io/fedora-join/Fedora-Join/issue/217
> Any kind of input/suggestion is welcome; feel free to say about it.
Thanks very much! This will be a great session.
Could you include a short blurb on:
- What is the difference between I18N (internationalisation) and L10N
(localisation)? (And how do these work in Fedora?)
I always forget and end up searching online. I think it's the kind of
thing where the difference may not be clear to everyone too :)
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