El 21/05/13 00:20, Ace Suares escribió:
It's great to be here between you all...yes the power of FLOSS :-) and
now we are going ahead launching Mozilla pap, Mozilla Community around
Mozilla Foundation with the goal to get them works in Papiamentu :-)
First of all, I am including Manuel Ortega in this mail. He took the
words file for Papiamento (CW) and ran with it to make a Firefox and
Thunderbird spell-checker. The powers of Open Source! (They dazzle me
sometimes even after 20 years!)
I think we need to work together in order to make better
localizations...We are working too in the Papiamentu team for translate
Ubuntu..In a wiki we are putting all the commons words and searching the
better option for certain terms
Maybe Manuel is already on this list. I hope we can cooperate on this...!
After a looooong time, finally we have a first version of the locale
for pap_CW. You can find it at
I hope this work will further the use of OOo/LO in Curaçao. As soon
as we understand the process, we will work on pap_AW and pap_BQ (for
Aruba and Bonaire) too, although pap_CW is 99% the same als pap_BQ.
We also will study the process to see how we can help
Urso, Ace, I believe we may work together on a common computing
dictionary for Papiamentu
We very much appreciate your insights.
PS Also including Urso Wieske, who did a lot on translating Sugar Labs
software (for OLPC).
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