India Localization Sprint 2020

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Event Details

Event Announcement

Event Agendas

Safe Sisters

November 27

19:30-20:30 IST Introduction to Safe Sisters Digital Safety Guide for Women with Haley Slafer of Internews

November 28

11:00- IST Opening Session: Introductions, Logistics and Event Details
Safe Sisters Read Through and Feedback
Developing a Style Guide for Safe Sisters
13:00-14:00 IST Lunch Break
Collaborative Localization of Safe Sisters
-18:00 IST Closing Session & Feedback

Psiphon

November 28

19:00-20:00 IST Psiphon in India: Psiphon overview and Q&A with Keith from Psiphon

November 29

11:00- IST Opening Session: Introductions, Logistics and Event Details
Developing a Style Guide and Glossary for Psiphon
13:00-14:00 IST Lunch Break
Collaborative Localization of Psiphon
-18:00 IST Closing Session & Feedback

Tella

December 05

11:00- IST Opening Session: Introductions, Logistics and Event Details
Tella Demo and Q&A with Raphael from Horizontal, developers of Tella
Developing a Style Guide and Glossary for Tella
13:00-14:00 IST Lunch Break
Collaborative Localization of Tella
Imagining Tella Use Cases
-18:00 IST Closing Session & Feedback

Signal

December 06

11:00- IST Opening Session: Introductions, Logistics and Event Details
Signal Demo and Q&A
Developing a Style Guide and Glossary for Signal
13:00-14:00 IST Lunch Break
Collaborative Localization of Signal
User Feedback with Signal with Riya from Signal
-18:00 IST Closing Session & Feedback

Project Resources

Information about each project we will be working on at the sprint is available on the individual project pages here on the Localization Lab wiki:

Localization Resources

Glossaries

Style Guides

Keyboards

  • PramukhIME Keyboards - Web-based keyboards for 23 different Indian languages. This will be useful if you do not have the keyboard you need installed on your desktop computer.
  • Keyboard Layouts for Indian Languages - Championquizzer has created a repo with images of keyboard layouts for different Indian languages for reference. This will be useful if you already have the keyboard you need installed on your desktop.

Reimbursements

Participants who attend a full day event are eligible for a per diem to help cover internet, travel and other costs related to attending the event. Per diems will be distributed after the event. To receive the per diem, please fill out and return the following form to erinm@localizationlab.org. Remember that all individuals with an account based in India must also provide an IFSC code along with their account details.

Payment Details Form