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Getting the L20n discussion going again

It's been a while since I blogged about the L20n framework - and unfortunately, not much is happening in that area at the moment.

As I think we badly need a better framework for localization, I just posted to Mozilla newsgroups about the framework and called for comments on it.

Many people were left in a bit of confusion about the proposed framework and file format, and I think we should clear that up, get the discussion going and arrive at a real spec, a prototype implementation and maybe even a prototype of an L20n tool for localizers.

We need to know what developers, localizers and L10n tool authors think about what Axel proposed and how we can improve the proposal even further.

Please also add your comments on this proposed framework in the newsgroups!

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on August 18th, 2007 16:30 | Tags: L10n, L20n, Mozilla | no comments | TrackBack

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