Friedel Wolff, the lead of the ANLoc tools project, represented ANLoc at the CNGL (Centre for Next Generation Localisation) in Ireland. You can view his presentations on ANLoc and the tools project.
Two days of ANLoc training by Translate.org.za and Wits Language School has started 10 translators on their road to becoming certified localisers. As part of their training these students will localise a number of open source applications into various South African languages.
The subproject for localisation tools released made new software releases on 4 August 2009. These releases contain many new features and improvements.
Virtaal is a translation program with features to help translators increase translation quality and have fun. The Translate Toolkit contains many useful tools for translation, management, and quality control. It is the technology platform for Pootle, Virtaal, and other software.
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Virtaal, a computer aided localisation tool which is being developed by Translate.org.za within the Localisation Tools component, is now available in Nepali. The Nepali translations was completed by a partner from the Panl10n network. Panl10n is ANLoc's sister localisation network, located in Asia and focused on the localisation of technology into Asian languages. The Virtaal team made a request for the Asian partners to help localise Virtaal.