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One laptop per child November 14, 2007

Posted by globalizer in global access, Language, Localization.
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Just a quick link to the olpc wiki to highlight that the core languages for the project are quite a bit different from the sets of languages that mainstream software localization usually targets, simply because they aim at providing coverage in developing countries.

I am sure that a few of those languages will pose some interesting challenges.

Unfortunately the wiki does not provide a very clear picture of the status of the various languages – exactly how much of the user interface is currently translated, for instance.

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