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Nlcsmall.png Welcome to the Native-Language Confederation Wiki


There is a long list of the Native-Lang projects with wiki pages full of information !


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How to get released in my language


World Language List for Content Negotiation


Roles of Native-Language Project leads


Languages Localisation status


Here you will find some useful information concerning the Native-Language Confederation (NLC) and Projects.

ここには、Native-Language Confederation (NLC:ネイティブランゲージコンフェデレーション)と Native-Language Projects (NLP:ネイティブランゲージプロジェクト)について役立つ情報があります。

How to propose a new Native-Language project

新たに Native-Language project を提起する方法

  • Visit [1] for administrative information
  • NLCの管理方法に関してはこちらをご覧下さい。[2]
  • Learn how to differentiate between level 1 and 2 native-language projects
  • ネイティブランゲージプロジェクトにおけるレベル1、レベル2プロジェクトの違い

Level 2 projects are "regular" native-language projects, while level 1 projects are mostly localization projects (See [3] for more info on localization projects] for whose it makes sense to have some web space on . These projects are not supposed to design their web site, manage mailing lists, write documentation, but they are encouraged to work on QA.

レベル2プロジェクトが"正規の"ネイティブランゲージプロジェクトであるのに対して、レベル1プロジェクトは 、OpenOffice.org内においても取り扱う必要がある母国語化を主に行うプロジェクトです。 これらのプロジェクト自体が、Webサイトの運営、メーリングリストの管理、ドキュメント管理をする必要はありませんが、QAに取り組むする必要があります. (母国語化プロジェクトに関してはこちらをご参照下さい。[4]

  • Once you have decided what level your project should choose, you have to:
    • Assess your resources (human, material, time to devout to the project)
    • Check if your language is not already being localized or considered for localization. See [5] for a comprehensive list of the localizations
    • Draft and post a proposal on the and lists. Your proposal should describe your goals, your resources and introduce yourself and your team. Please mention what level you wish to give to your project
  • Once your project has been accepted by the NLC leads and by the consensus of the native-lang projects' leads, please follow these instructions:
    • Indicate the desired domain name for your project: it should be the two or three letters corresponding to the ISO code of your language. BEWARE: Native-Lang projects are based on languages, not on countries!
    • Indicate your username and if necessary your co-lead's username
    • Register yourself to the NLC
    • Indicate if you signed and sent/faxed the SCA See: [6]
    • The NLC leads will open an issue that may take some time to be approved (not more than 10 days) then your project will be set up.

Now you need to submit your ssh keys and work with CVS

Whether it is for editing your website or contribute code, uses CVS. It is actually the same CVS platform that is being used for both the website and the development platform. In order to be able to use's CVS and access your new native-lang project's website you need to:

  • Open an issue (separate from the issue opening your new native-language project) and file it as follows: component "www" and subcomponent " website general issues" with your key in attachment. Assign it to "ssh2key". Also make sure to specify what part of the website you want to work with. In the NLC case, that would be your new native-lang project, so specify the two letters forming the domain name of your new project. For example, if your project is, specify "xy". If your project is, specify "xyz"
  • Read [7] to learn how to use the CVS.

You are ready to go!

Initiatives of the Native-Lang Confederation

the Native-Lang Confederationの先駆けとなる各言語Wiki

Wiki Pages of Native-Lang Projects

Native-Lang Projects の Wiki ページ

Some of Native-Lang Confederation Projects started to use this wiki for organizing parts of their work. You can access these wiki pages from the

いくつかのNLC Projectsで、翻訳物の管理のためにこのWikiを使用し始めました。 これらのWikiページの一覧はこちらで確認できます。

List of N-L Projects Wiki Pages

NLP Wiki の一覧

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