ReAgricultureAndNewTechnologiesWeb20InAfrica

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Don Osborn
on September 18, 2008

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Hi Giacomo, This is a great initiative. Are any African languages among those for which you've had expressions of interest? I'd be happy to help with any contacts or info re things like ISO 639. You can also access information on many African languages that is being compiled for projects like this at http://www.PanAfriL10n.org/

All the best.

Don Osborn
Bisharat.net

Quoting "Rambaldi, G." <Rambaldi@cta.int>:

> Dear all,
>
> I have already received a number of expressions of interest for
> translating the transcript in various languages.
>
> Some are not listed among the options offered by the platform
> http://dotsubs.com <http://dotsubs.com/> .
>
> I am in touch with the developers. They need specific references for
> local languages.
> Here is the link to the "Languages of the World" map which you may
> use to identify the [ISO code] associated to any specific language:
> http://www.ethnologue.com/country_index.asp
>
>
> Giacomo Rambaldi
>
> ________________________________
>


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