Fedora Classroom sessions continue with an introductory session on Fedora Localization (L10N). The general schedule for sessions is available on the wiki, along with resources and recordings from previous sessions. Read on for more details about the upcoming L10N Classroom session next week.
Topic: Getting Started with L10N
The goal of the Fedora Localization Project (FLP) is to bring everything around Fedora (the Software, Documentation, Websites, and culture) closer to local communities (countries, languages and in general cultural groups). The session is aimed at beginners. Here is the agenda:
- What is L10N?
- Difference between Translation and Localization
- Overview: How does L10N work?
- Fedora structure and peculiarities related to L10N
- Ways to join, help, and contribute
- Further information with references and links
When and where
- This session will be streamed live on the Fedora YouTube channel.
- It will be held on Monday, 21st January 2019 at 1200 UTC. (Please click the link to see the time in your local time zone).
Silvia Sánchez has been a Fedora community member for a number of years. She currently focuses her contributions on QA, translation, wiki editing, and the Ambassadors teams among others. She has a varied background, having studied systems, programming, design, and photography. She speaks, reads, and writes Spanish, English, and German and further, also reads Portuguese, French, and Italian. In her free time, Silvia enjoys forest walks, art, and writing fiction.