Home of The Tiny Guide to 3.1 with 100 Languages

Frank Mau writes Pootle and, in which he discusses continued refinements to the translation tools available for OOo native language communities. Among those tools is Pootle, which helps to manage translation project teams.

Of interest to the whole community, is the vast breadth of translations that have already been completed for the development branch of OpenOffice 3.1. Mau announces: 3.1 is knocking on the door and we are proud to deliver more languages than ever before. I’ve seen near by 100 full install-sets for m5 testing! Great to see this engagement by the community, big thanks to everyone.

One Response to “ 3.1 with 100 Languages”

  1. Aldi Says:
    April 7th, 2009 at 5:45 pm

    This is great news! I look forward to further activities of the members of the local language groups.

    Next steps:
    1. Spellchecker/Hyphenation dictionary in local language
    2. Local language Thesaurus ( Exists in seven languages so far.
    3. Local language grammar checker: (exists in 13 languages so far)

    Let’s see how long it takes!