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FW: Forums and mailing list

From: Russ Rolfe <rrolfe@windows.microsoft.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 09:39:19 -0700
Message-ID: <F7B97826912BC4419D5DDF53B21694530A04651D@WIN-MSG-10.wingroup.windeploy.ntdev.microsoft.com>
To: "GEO" <public-i18n-geo@w3.org>

Here is the latest update on who is working with the below forums and mailing list

   6 July 2005


Globalization Support forum
Forum discussing technical issues related with multilingual use of the Oracle products. You'll find it under the "Globalization Support" name. Quite active even if not all posts are relevant. Free registration required.

- Sun - Java Internationalization Forum   --- Felix ---
Forum on the Java Developer Connection for Java Internationalization issues. It is fairly active and is visited by the Sun internationalization team frequently.

     4 July 2005 - subscribed to the Sun - Java Internationalization Forum and posted a mail about 
             posting mails from GEO, but got no response so far. Does anybody have an idea who to ping?

- Bhasha India   --- Peter ---
This is a portal devoted to Indian language computing, standards, discussion forums, whitepapers, knowledgebase articles, useful downloads, solution directory, events, success stories, case studies, etc.

- ColdFusion Forum -    --- Peter ---
International Character Set Forum dedicated to internationalisation issues and solutions with ColdFusion.

jGuru - i18n forum
Forum on Java internationalization issues. Mildly active.

Tek-tips - Code internationalization forum As a forum reader pointed out: "where is everyone?". This forum is unfortunately not very active.

 - Mesilla I18n newsgroup and mailing list   --- Felix ---
The Mozilla community has a newsgroup and mailing list dedicated for discussions about internationalization issues. Look for i18n in the page. Mildly active.

     4 July 2005 - subscribed to mozilla-i18n@mozilla.org and sent a mail about postings from GEO.

mailing lists

- Internationalization Mailing list    --- Peter ---
Ideas exchange regarding programming for international markets. Topics discussed include international character sets, locale management, tools for internationalization, etc. Moderate traffic.

Unicode Consortium - Distribution Lists
The Unicode Consortium supports several e-mail distribution lists. The one open to the public regroups linguists, developers and other Unicode enthusiasts and is quite active.

- Python internationalization and localization mailing list   --- Molly ---
List hosting discussions on internationalization using Python. An archive is available. Light traffic.

I18NdotNET - .NET Internationalization
Information sharing mailing list for people interested in .NET internationalization and localization issues. Very light traffic.

- A12N-collaboration   --- Felix ---
A12N-Collaboration is intended to: facilitate work on codepages for African languages; promote collaboration on technical aspects of use of extended Latin character sets & non-Western scripts on computers & internet; contribute to laying the groundwork for a broader-topic list(s) on African languages & ICT.

     4 July 2005 - I subscribed to a12n-collaboration@bisharat.net. Don Osborn (dzo@bisharat.net) is in charge of that

- ASP International   --- Molly ---
Moderated mailing list to exchange information on building Multilingual ASP sites.

The CATMT list hosts discussions regarding Computer Aided Translation and Machine Translation software.

Delphi internationalization newsgroup
Newsgroup to share ideas and solutions on i18n using Delphi.

Hebrew Computing Mailing List
List for discussions on the problems and practical solutions to computing in Hebrew and Yiddish. Moderate Traffic.

L10n project management
Group discussing project management techniques, applied to localization (l10n) and internationalization (i18n) of software products.

Software i18n and Chinese support
For translators and programmers of OpenSource software projects who are working to improve support for the Chinese language.


-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Sigrist [mailto:petersigrist@hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 12:33 PM
To: Russ Rolfe
Subject: RE: Forums and mailing list

Hi Russ,

If there are any more forums or mailing lists that should be contacted I would be happy to help with this.

Peter Sigrist

-----Original Message-----
From: public-i18n-geo-request@w3.org
[mailto:public-i18n-geo-request@w3.org] On Behalf Of Russ Rolfe
Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 11:41 AM
To: Molly Holzschlag; GEO
Subject: RE: Forums and mailing list


I found your June 11 email and sent an updated list out on Wednesday.

Thanks for taking on this assignment.


-----Original Message-----
From: Molly Holzschlag [mailto:molly@molly.com]
Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 1:42 AM
To: Russ Rolfe; GEO
Subject: Re: Forums and mailing list

> Dear GEO members.
> I still have only heard from Felix on which of these forums you wish 
> to contact.  Can you please send me an E-mail by June 13th stating 
> which 3 of these forums or mailing list you wish to contact to see if 
> it is alright that we post announcements from time to time.

I sent mine in on 11 June, Russ.

> Mesilla I18n newsgroup and mailing list Python internationalization 
> and localization mailing list ASP International

I'll be handling this in the next week and report back.


Molly E. Holzschlag
Author / Instructor / Web Designer
About Me: http://www.molly.com/
About Web Standards: http://www.webstandards.org/ About W3C GEO Working
Group: http://www.w3.org/International/geo/ 

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