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FUEL GILT Conference 2014


Date : 14-15 Nov 2014 Location : Pune, India

Event Description

FUELGILT is the largest event of FOSS language technology - its challenges, solutions, best practices and its conventions. FUEL GILT Conference is all about language technology world, all about GILT industry - G11N, I18N, L10N, and translation world. The event is showcase of the efforts of volunteer communities and different organizations in the field of language technology.

Schedule information

Event Owners

Rajesh Ranjan <rajesh672 AT gmail DOT com>

Ankitkumar Patel <ankit AT redhat DOT com>

Chandrakant Dhutadmal <chandrakantd AT cdac DOT in>

Fedora Representatives

Event Schedule

  • Paper Submission: Ends Sep 29, 2014
  • Program Schedule: Opens Oct 1, 2014
  • Registration: Opens Oct 1, 2014


  • Target audience is "Localization Industry".
  • Talk on points "Fedora is a delight for doing localization".
  • Someone should propose talk on "How Fedora operating system is FUEL Compliant", mostly from L10N team can help.
  • Distribute Fedora goodies for people accepting to do some activity for Fedora, either spread Fedora word or complete some small Fedora competition. etc.
  • Final
    • Selected workshop: "Fedora: Dictionary creation, packaging and testing workshop"
    • Tshirt for contributors: "Fedora: Language computing delight"

Important Deadlines

  • Activities plan must be ready by 05 Oct 2014

Event Budget

  • Approved budget for 23 Tshirts on ticket .

Travel Subsidy Requests

  • No Fedora member traveling from abroad.

Event Report

Blogs: Activities At FUELGILT conference.

Event report: On Fedora Ambassador mailing list



Event Report
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