Find my comments inline.
On Sun, Sep 20, 2015 at 6:45 AM, Biraj Karmakar <brnet00(a)gmail.com> wrote:
If I am not wrong, I guess you would like to say that why we not making
rules in Auto/Taxi license in their native languages i.e hindi, bengali etc.
Not only license but all departments now a days are using IT infrastructure
so their websites can easily be made available in all languages. I meant
any departmental website in West Bengal or Tamilnadu must have option of
every Indic language, because nobody knows who is visiting that state from
which corner of India. So this localization of websites can be a huge boost
to localization movement.
I appreciate your concern and support it. If we think in this
> those people who has Tractor for using it in agriculture, but they are not
> able to understand english, then the guide or related materials for
> Tractor, has no value to them
It is very nice and valid point. Tractor is very big equipment, but lets
come to a simple AC or even a Fan. How many times we have found the manuals
of these in our local languages? Next to none if not Nil.
Intentionally or unintentionally we all are degrading our mother tongues.
So we all must unite and create awareness in this dimension.
> Why we are not making it in their language, so they can use it properly?
This can only be achieved by
creating awareness, and ironically in
OpenSource this is very difficult as much of our work remains behind the
scenes. Also most of the Open Source projects/software i.e. RHEL,
LibreOffice, Fedora, CentOS etc. do not advertise in public domain which
again affect our work and keep us on backstage. This also deteriorate the
chances of people knowing about the options they have in their local
So in my opinion awareness is the most important move at first.
> Thank You
> Biraj Karmakar
Sun, Sep 20, 2015 at 3:00 AM, Alam <apreet.alam(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> While reading Language rules for Auto/Taxi license
(not limited to India,
>> but other countries too have), why are rules are missing for
>> IT/Technologies in their native languages?
>> This creates gaps to adopt Technologies due to missing
>> failed to provide Equal opportunities to people (Right to equality?).
>> Are we able to do something about it?
>> A S Alam
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