[Openstack-i18n] Discussion on fuel-cloud module in Pune Linux User Group Meet

Rajesh Ranjan rajeshkajha at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 12:16:27 UTC 2014


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From: Manjusha Joshi <manjusha.joshi at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 3:03 PM
Subject: [PLUG] [Confirmation] Monthly PLUG meet on 8th Nov., 2014
To: Pune GNU/Linux Users Group Mailing List <plug-mail at plug.org.in>


PLUG meeting for Month of  November, 2014  will be held on   8th Nov.,
Saturday at 4pm in SICSR.

Location: SICSR, Atur Centre, Model Colony, Pune
Room No 704, 7th floor

Time: 4:00 pm

1. Discussion about  Upcoming  event: Please mark the calendar

   a) 14-15 November FUEL :
Venue: Yashada, near University circle, Pune
   website:  : http://fuelproject.org/gilt2014/index

   b) 22 November CenOS DOJO
venue : CMS, Univ.   Pune
website: http://wiki.centos.org/Events/Dojo/Pune2014

2. There will be session on FUEL Cloud
Rajesh & Chandan will  introduce FUEL Cloud module for review. Explore it.
FUEL-CLOUD is a collection of commonly used entries for localization of
cloud computing related software and docs.
Today, Cloud is very new to this world and is an emerging technology to the
future. Lots of companies are switching their application to cloud. To
understand and reach to various corner of world, it is necessary to made it
available in different languages.

To make the life of translators and localizer easier, it is necessary to
provide a list of commonly used entries from cloud computing with its
context. fuel-cloud module is prepared from different cloud technologies so
that the module can be used across platform.

This module will help to use a particular word precisely in cloud computing.
Here is the link of FUEL-CLOUD module.


Chandan will take the session, introducing FUEL cloud module and if enough
folks in audience interested then a quick review of the module can be done.

FUEL Project (http://fuelproject.org/) is the largest and fastest growing
open source based language resource repository that works to create
standard terminology, style guide, assessment methodology etc with the help
of community and different organizations. Currently it works with c.60
languages community

One  can exchange CDs, DVDs of new versions.

All are welcome to attend the meeting.
 There is no fee to attend the meeting.
See you there.

Pune GNU/Linux Users Group Mailing List

Rajesh Ranjan
@kajha <https://twitter.com/kajha>

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Rajesh Ranjan
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