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Subject: [hangout] FW: Gnubies Wed. Nov. 11, 2004 Davydd Harries on Languages in Fre
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: lo+gnubies-at-eskimo.com [mailto:lo+gnubies-at-eskimo.com]
> Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 12:14 PM
> Subject: Gnubies Wed. Nov. 11, 2004 Davydd Harries on Languages in Free
> Sorry this announcement is going out so late - it is for THIS Wednesday.
> Please note that you must send in your name to attend this meeting even
> you have already sent it in for other meetings.
> We are pleased to announce that our speaker this month, Wednesday,
> November 11, 2004 (that is this coming Wednesday!), will be Dafydd
> contributer to Debian GNU/Linux and Gnome and localizer (translator) for
> Welsh. He will be speaking on a topic that a number of you have
> interest in "Languages in Free Software." (That's human languages.) If
> you or somone you close to you (this IS New York City) will need or want
> to use another language at some point, this is the talk for you, but it
> should be interesting regardless.
> Title: Languages in Free Software
> Given the huge diversity of languages spoken by people all over the
> world, developing software that can deal with them all is a big
> challenge. Inputting, processing and displaying multilingual text each
> present their own difficulties. Additionally, making user interfaces
> that can be used in multiple languages is no small task. However, free
> software is rising to the challenge of truly global software. This talk
> will give a taste of how it's doing that.
> Dafydd Harries is a free software advocate from Wales. His introduction
> to the challenges of multilingual software began when he saw translating
> GNOME into Welsh as an opportunity to contribute to free software. Since
> then he's translated numerous free software programs, worked to make
> others translateble and gained experience in many areas related to
> making software usable by people all over the world.
> We are grateful to IBM for providing the space for these meetings.
> Please see below for the security procedures required for attending
> meetins at IBM
> Wednesday, November 10, 2004
> Time: 6:30-7:00 General Q&A
> 7:00 Dafydd Harries
> Languages in Free Software
> The IBM Building
> 590 Madison Avenue
> (57th Street and Madison Avenue)
> (note security procedures for admittance to the building below)
> After the meeting you can join us and speak further with our speaker at
> nearby Pub/Restaurant. It would be very helpful if you could also let us
> know if you will be joining us there so that the space can be put aside
> for us.
> IBM Security Procedures: (implemented after September 11, 2001) and
> recently updated: Note that you now must respond wiht your name for EACH
> There is no cumulative list!
> For IBM security you need to email us in advance with your full name (as
> it appears on the photo ID you bring). Then you need to bring this photo
> ID to present at the front desk.
> If you are receiving this directly from GNUbies, you can simply reply
> replacing the content with your full name, you can send email consisting
> of our full name to lo+ibm0411-at-eskimo.com, or you can use the link on
> website at:
> (reachable at http://www.eskimo.com/~lo/linux.)
> Again, I am sorry this announcement is going out so late.
> We hope to see you at the meeting.
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