As you all know, since 2008 FUEL is consistently working with the different
language communities to provide standard linguistic resources to localizers
like terminologies, style guides, assessment methods etc. Initiated by Red
Hat, FUEL has grown into a larger effort. Resources created by FUEL are now
used by several language communities, organizations, companies, tools, and
pieces of software. In 2012, Govt of Maharashtra, India has chosen FUEL for
its e-Governance standard. C-DAC has cited FUEL in its Localization
Guidelines for term consistency in context of Indian Languages. FUEL is
cited as a reference standard in 'Best Practices for Localization of e-Gov
Applications in India'. The collaboration with Wiki Media Foundation has
helped FUEL much and it is now having contribution for more than 30
languages world wide.
On the occasion of completion of five years, FUEL intends to organize a
GILT Conference in order to focus on the linguistic aspects of the software
translations. In this GILT conference we are also gathering industry
localization experts, linguists, internationalization engineers, testing
professionals working towards language technologies.
Please visit here for more details: http://fuelproject.org/gilt2013/index
More details and update will be posted soon!