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Twitter and Wikipedia are co-hosting a language hackathon on November 1

28/10/2014

Twitter and Wikipedia are well known global entities on the Web, and as such the two brands have announced a co-organized hackathon (...)
Twitter and Wikipedia are well known global entities on the Web, and as such the two brands have announced a co-organized hackathon with a strict focus on localization and internationalization. The event is taking place at Twitter’s San Francisco HQ on November 1, and will delve into: Localization infrastructure Community driven translation UI/UX Complex language and scripts Input methods Web fonts Twitter also says that a series of quick-fire talks and hands-on sessions are taking place, while the best hacks will receive prizes. Both Wikipedia and Twitter are avid users of crowdsourced translations, so it’s not surprising to see both... This story continues at The Next Web Twitter and Wikipedia are well known global entities on the Web, and as such the two brands have announced a co-organized hackathon with a strict focus on localization and internationalization. The event is taking place at Twitter’s San Francisco HQ on November 1, and will delve into: Localization infrastructure Community driven translation UI/UX Complex language and scripts Input methods Web fonts Twitter also says that a series of quick-fire talks and hands-on sessions are taking place, while the best hacks will receive prizes. Both Wikipedia and Twitter are avid users of crowdsourced translations, so it’s not surprising to see both... This story continues at The Next Web
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