Thanks to Stefan Braun the FOAF-a-Matic is now available in Hungarian. Next up: Croatian. Would like: Russian.
I’m pleased to announce that the FOAF-a-Matic is now available in two additional languages: Traditional Chinese and Dutch. (Those are the direct links, content negotation will be used to give you a suitable version automatically if you use the usual link). I actually got sent two Chinese translations so I should thank both Ilya Eric … Continue reading FOAF-a-Matic now available in Dutch and Chinese
Thanks to the kind efforts of Minsu Jang the FOAF-a-Matic is now available in Korean. I’m really pleased. With the tool now available in ten languages I thought it might be fun to estimate what the potential user base might now be.
Thanks to the efforts of Fabrizio Tarizzo the FOAF-a-Matic is now available in Italian. That brings the total up to 9 different languages. Thanks Fabrizio!
It’s now been 10 months since I released the first beta of the FOAF-a-Matic Mark 2. An embarrassingly long time indeed, so I thought it was high time that I produced a second beta for you all to play with. I’ve not been working on this solidly for 10 months and when you take a … Continue reading FOAF-a-Matic Mark 2 beta-2
I’ve just added a comment to Danny’s “Translator exchange for open projects” LazyWeb entry, asking for additional translations of the FOAF-a-Matic. Having a simple bulletin board like this is a great idea. Here’s hoping that it gets some more linkage and pulls in more project requests and translators offering their services. I’ve already followed-up Diane … Continue reading FOAF-a-Matic Translations: More Coming, and How It Works
The title says it all. The Japanese version of the FOAF-a-Matic was made possible by the kind efforts of Masahide Kanzaki. Big thanks to Masahide for his swift turn-around of the translation. Masahide has also created a Japanese introduction to FOAF. Danny has links to other recent FOAF activities
As I mentioned recently I’d like to get the FOAF-a-Matic translated into other languages. The aim is to make the creation of FOAF files as easy as possible for as many people as possible. While the app doesn’t support all of the various properties that can be added to a FOAF document, I think it … Continue reading Translating the FOAF-a-Matic
I’ve been hacking on the FOAF-a-Matic Mark 2 again this week after some gentle (and much needed) prodding from Phil Wilson who got so fed up with waiting for me to release another version, he went ahead and did some work on the code himself. (And why not, its Public Domain after all). So during … Continue reading FOAF-a-Matic Progress Update