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Subject: [Indlinux-group] Translation sprint on 26th November in Pune
We are happy to announce a Translation sprint on 26th November 2011 at SICSR between 10 am to 5 pm.
These are the activities in the sprint:
To work on the translation of MediaWiki and MediaWiki extensions used by
Wikimedia for a few hours. (and have some nice chats while doing that :-) )
These translations are done at https://translatewiki.net .
There will also be some discussions related to the topic. We will also have some session similar to FUEL (www.fuelproject.org)
5 people from the Wikimedia Foundation technical team (Siebrand, Niklas, Amir, Gerard, Santhosh and Alolita) will be coming for the sprint.
It is not necessary that you should have technical knowledge about mediawiki or translatewiki but that will surely help. Your (Indic) language skills are also required for the event. People interested in FUEL activities are also welcome.
So, do join us for the sprint.
Here are the details:
Date: 26th November 2011
Venue: 3rd floor at SICSR (this might change if we have HUGE response :-) )
Time: 10 am to 5 pm.
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