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Re: W3C I18n Initiative

From: r12a <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2021 12:01:57 +0000
To: Samuel Nishimwe <sam.nishimwe121@gmail.com>
Cc: i18n@w3.org, Ralph Swick <swick@w3.org>
Message-ID: <bb22ff7a-f8a0-2cdd-614e-89bc1f47a802@w3.org>
hello Sam,

Thanks for contacting us. I'm happy to hear that you are keen to improve 
Web support for Kinyarwanda.

As a first step, could you let us know (a) a little about your 
background and current affiliation, and (b) briefly summarise the 
problems you are seeing with regards to support of Kinyarwanda on the 
Web?  This will help us see how best to move forward.

best regards,
Richard (Ishida)

Ralph Swick wrote on 07/01/2021 17:14:
> Hello Sam,
> Thank you for writing to us.  My colleague, Richard Ishida, is also on 
> this email alias.  I'm sure he will be eager to have a conversation 
> with you about how you might participate.
> I'll let him follow up directly with you.  We're all just returning 
> from a bit of a break so we'll ask for your patience if we can't pick 
> this conversation up this week.
> -Ralph
> On 2021-01-07 09:52 AM, Samuel Nishimwe wrote:
>> Hi Swick,
>> My name is Samuel Nishimwe and I'm a web developer from Rwanda. I 
>> found out about a new internationalization initiative by W3C and I 
>> would like to get involved. Based on my own research, kinyarwanda 
>> (the language of Rwandans) is not represented on the web and I really 
>> want to dedicate some of my time to bringing it forward in any of the 
>> categories mentioned (Language enablement, Developer support or Auth 
>> support).
>> Let me know how I can get involved.
>> Thanks,
>> Sam
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