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CTI – Crowdsourcing for open-source localization

The Sun Wikis site contains a post about Community Translation Interface, a system that allows translators working on open source projects to use Sun’s globalization management system remotely by viewing and editing the translation memory. Sounds like a translation crowdsourcing project done well.

Community Translation Interface (CTI) tool is a web application for open-source community translators. It allows to translate OpenSource projects that are supported by Sun Microsystems. The main goal was to create a simple lightweight application where you can translate the content easily in a while.

The major project running in CTI is OpenSolaris. Translation of other projects, like Netbeans or Glassfish, is currently in a pilot phase. […]

via CTI – Community Translation Interface – Globalization – wikis.sun.com.

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