Serbian OpenOffice.org native-lang project
Пројекат локализације пакета OpenOffice.org на српски језик
The project was unofficially founded on 15 September 2002 when the idea was born between Bogdan Kecman, Dušan Đorđević and Slobodan Marković to organize an OpenOffice.org 1.0.1 localization marathon event.
- Announcement: http://www.internodium.org/comment/reply/1744
- Report: http://tesla.rcub.bg.ac.rs/~blueser/
- News reports:
- Event photos: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=6613&id=111420772227281
- Event video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f5T-x9mC_0
Official proposal for Serbian native language project was made on 14 Oct 2003 by Branko Tanović: http://markmail.org/message/cphm56er743z4psn
In Summer 2005 Serbian Novell partner decided to improve OpenOffice.org localization and provide localized OpenOffice.org 2.0 release, reusing previous efforts on 1.x localizations. The project was completed successfully, lead by Danilo Šegan .
In January 2008 Serbian Government decided to support community localization effort of OpenOffice.org through a three years long project funded by the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society of Republic of Serbia awarded to Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade, lead by professor Duško Vitas. Serbian OpenOffice.org community, lead by Goran Rakić, continued to work with the Faculty of Mathematics to provide excellent support for Serbian language inside OpenOffice.org releases 2.4 onwards.
- RS: OpenOffice(.org) 3 localised to Serbian
- Localization under a government umbrella
- OpenOffice(.org) localized to Serbian
- Second annual Serbian OpenOffice.org community meeting
- New release of OpenOffice.org software
Note on sh language code usage inside OpenOffice.org
Language code sr is used to represent Serbian (Cyrillic) locale and language code sh is used to represent Serbian (Latin) locale. See more info on sh usage inside OpenOffice.org.
Once locale modifiers can be used in all aspects of OpenOffice.org internally along language codes we could migrate "sh" code to "sr@latin". While the patch from issue #113496 does allow Serbian (Latin) locale and default document language code selection using locale modifier on Unix systems, it provides only a mapping to "sh" language code.
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