|Subject:||i18n - Revisited|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Apr 2017 16:32:49 -0300|
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Hi everyone,I have read many messages on the archive and talked extensively with a developer friend about this, so I think I understand that internationalization in the context of Emacs is extremely complex, as well as a very large job in terms of volume.
Having said that, I would like to know if beyond the compatibility with various character sets and the availability of the tutorial in other languages (and other i18n improvements which, not being a dev, I will probably not understand), has the i18n process stopped?
In other words, is there anyone currently working on additional i18n features for Emacs?
I ask because I might be able to help with translators, or in other ways, assuming I can connect the utility of the work with the project I am starting.
BTW, the project I am starting seeks to make Emacs and Emacspeak more accessible/understandable to non-technical users who are blind and speak either Portuguese, Spanish, French, or Arabic.
Thank you, Fernando
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