FUEL: An initiative in language standardization via collaboration

Fabrício Godoy skarllot at gmail.com
Wed Oct 8 11:36:11 UTC 2008


By chance this is like bellow site?
http://en.open-tran.eu/

2008/10/8 Rajesh Ranjan <rajesh672 at gmail.com>

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> From: Rahul Sundaram <sundaram at fedoraproject.org>
> Date: 2008/10/7
> Subject: FUEL: An initiative in language standardization via collaboration
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> Hi,
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> http://www.linux.com/feature/149038
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> "FUEL (Frequently Used Entries for Localization) aims to solve the problem
> of inconsistency and lack of standardization in computer software
> translation in a new and unique way. Initiated by Red Hat, the project is
> trying to give a better experience to end users of a localized desktop by
> resolving the issues of standardization and inconsistency."
>
> "FUEL is an attempt to standardize terms for the whole desktop instead of
> concentrating on different applications separately. At present, FUEL
> incorporates representative entries from the GNOME desktop, OpenOffice.org,
> Firefox browser, Evolution email client, and Pidgin instant messenger, so
> that it can have at least all the entries that a normal user uses very
> frequently. Later, on demand from communities, FUEL can incorporate more
> applications in its list from different projects."
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> Rahul
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