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jbowyer@cis.vutbr.cs (Bowyer Jeff)
Wed, 14 Apr 1993 09:51:59 GMT

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From: jbowyer@cis.vutbr.cs (Bowyer Jeff)
Keywords: i18n
Organization: Technical University of Brno, Czech Republic
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1993 09:51:59 GMT

We want you to announce your work on our mailing list!

          Do you use a program that has a non-English interface?

          Have you converted any software to support more than one language for
          its interface?

          Will you sponsor a conference that might concern software with a
          non-English interface?

Please tell us!

INSOFT-L@CIS.VUTBR.CS Internationalization of Software
                                                                        Discussion List

      Internationalization of software relates to two subjects:

                1. Software that is written so a user can easily change the
                      language of the interface;

                2. Versions of software, such as Czech WordPerfect, whose
                      interface language differs from the original product.

      Topics discussed on this list will include:

                -- Techniques for developing new software

                -- Techniques for converting existing software

                -- Internationalization tools

                -- Announcements of internationalized public domain software

                -- Announcements of foreign-language versions of commercial

                -- Calls for papers

-- Conference announcements

-- References to documentation related to the
                      internationalization of software

      This list is moderated.

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            Czech Republic


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