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[libreoffice-l10n] GILT in Curriculum


Hi

We, FUEL Community [1], are in discussion with SICSR [2] and some other
institutes to introduce a formal curriculum on GILT (Globalization,
Internationalization, Localization, Translation) technology which can be
taught either as short term or long term course. This was outcome of
discussions at past FUEL GILT Conference and FUEL meetings in Gnunify.
Please refer the mail by Karunakar:

https://lists.fedorahosted.org/archives/list/fuel-discuss@lists.fedorahosted.org/thread/FNLATP4QGTXIW72CI2KLKTFOC7ZO2PLA/

Please check the draft curriculum link:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1M4KgUy4VOU8aIlo8XT-C7HW2no_B0B5ZhkM69TZkT3Q/edit?usp=sharing

You are invited to contribution in the formation of the curriculum and take
any chapter/sub chapter. Your suggestions are also welcome!

Like all the content of FUEL Project, the content of the curriculum will be
under open license.

This is a unique activity and will help GILT technology.

Thanks

[1]. http://fuelproject.org/
[2]. http://sicsr.ac.in/


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*Rajesh Ranjan*

Open Source Community Manager
Digital India, Govt. of India

https://twitter.com/kajha

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