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Tuesday, October 27 • 11:15am - 11:55am
Get OpenStack to speak your language - OpenStack I18n Team Introduction

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OpenStack is a global community, OpenStack is deployed in many countries. As such, Internationalization (i18n) is essential to the success of OpenStack. The i18n team is a very special team whose contributions, in the form of translations, are of great value to the development and documentation of OpenStack.

In this session we will cover the team structure, how to become part of it, the process to translate OpenStack's different modules and documentation, and the translation tool used to do it (Zanata). The Japanese translation team coordinator will also share his experiences in openstack translation.

Come and join us to learn how to help OpenStack speak your language!

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Munoz

Carlos Munoz

Red Hat Zanata Dev Lead
Carlos is currently Globalization Engineering Supervisor at Red Hat. He holds both a Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Software Engineering along with over 10 years of software development experience in a variety of industries. He leads the team in charge of the core development of Zanata, an open source translation management system which is the localization tool used by many open source communities such as OpenStack and Fedora to... Read More →
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KATO Tomoyuki

Sales Engineer, Fujitsu
KATO is a sales engineer at Fujitsu, a coordinator of Japanese translation team and Documentation core team. He has been contributing OpenStack, mainly I18n Japanese and Documentation, for about 3 years.


Tuesday October 27, 2015 11:15am - 11:55am
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