As part of the F29 Fedora classroom "semester", we were wondering if
someone could instruct a session on l10n? It could be a basic 101
session that introduces the attendees to l10n, shows them the tools,
shoes them how to get started, and maybe a quick demo of the workflow
It'll be a great way to give the very important l10n project more
visibility, and since most of these classroom sessions are attended by
end-users and prospective contributors, it also helps more people join
up and contribute.
The date/order of sessions has not been decided yet. The instructors are
free to choose a day/time that work for them.
If someone can please take this session, it'll be awesome! We (the
Classroom SIG) can help with all the logistics---setting up a
Jitsi/BlueJeans meeting, announcing the session on the Magazine and so
on. All we need is an instructor who will teach the session :)
This is the ticket on our tracker:
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"
Time zone: Europe/London
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