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Monday, April 7 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Crowd Sourcing Translations -- A Look at How Apache Cordova's Documentation is Available in Multiple Languages

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While code is a universal language there are some major advantages to having documentation translated into multiple languages.  Translation is often overlooked or a lower priority for open source projects.  However, because of the nature of open source and the ability for developers all over the world to dive in it is important to make a valiant effort when it comes to internationalization.  The Apache Cordova is leveraging crowd translation tools to reach a wider audience.  With the support of Crowdin, a translation and localization management platform, translators can login to the easy-to-use tooling and provide as much or as little translation assistance as they would like.  Lisa Seacat DeLuca will provide a hands-on presentation describing exactly how Apache Cordova translation is made possible.

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Lisa DeLuca

Mobile Engineer & Master Inventor, IBM
I am an emerging mobile software engineer within IBM's Open Source and Standards Organization focused on mobile. I am also a committer on the Apache Cordova project. You can find out more about my background, projects, and experiences at my website here: www.lisaseacat.com. I have never spoken at a conference before but I have done a number of internal presentations, tutorials, and demos as well as developerWorks articles.


Monday April 7, 2014 5:00pm - 5:50pm
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