February 20, 2005 11:41 AM

Jambo OpenOffice Official Release

The Open Swahili Localization Project (Kilinux) is proud to announce the official release of Jambo OpenOffice.org the next 28th February 2005. The official launching of the Win32 version of Jambo OpenOffice will take place at the main conference hall (Nkuruma Hall) at the University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania).

The event will count with the presence of the Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania Fredrick Sumaye and the guests of honour Tolvald Akesson (Abassador of Sweden in Tanzania) and Pius Ngw'andu (Minister of Higher Education Science and Technology).

Jambo OpenOffice will be available in CD and for download from several mirror sites: http://www.o.ne.tz/CD/download and http://www.kilinux.org/CD/download/

Official Launching of Jambo OpenOffice.org
Venue: Nkuruma Hall, University of Dar es Salaam
Date: 28th February 2005
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Entrace: Free

Posted by Kennedy Frank | Permalink | Categories: NEWS, OPENOFFICE, SWAHILI LOCALE

January 07, 2005 4:58 PM

Common Locale Data Repository (Swahili Update)

P. Nugent from OpenOffice.org has filed a bug in the [Unicode] Common Locale Data Repository, the bug tries to merge our proposal for a Swahili locale with the existing standard. More information here.

The reference is Id 498.

More information of our proposed changes is here

Posted by aep | Permalink | Categories: NEWS, SWAHILI LOCALE

October 10, 2004 3:43 PM

Swahili Locale Updated!

A XML copy of our Swahili (Tanzania) locale for OpenOffice is available to download here

We are currently working in a similar version of the locale for Swahili (Kenya) sw_KE.xml

Posted by aep | Permalink | Categories: NEWS, SWAHILI LOCALE

September 10, 2004 11:02 PM

Swahili OpenOffice locale

We have started our work with the Swahili locale for Tanzania sw_TZ.xml. The locale is a XML document that encodes among other things the way that dates, ordering or abbreviations of months and name of days are done in a certain specific language.

Special thanks to Javier Sola from the Khmer localization project in Cambodia and Dwayne Bailey from Translate in South Africa for their constant support.

Posted by Kilinux | Permalink | Categories: NEWS, SWAHILI LOCALE