Linux Localization support for Thai language

Simos Xenitellis simos.lists at
Mon Dec 4 14:24:31 EET 2006

On Sun, 2006-12-03 at 11:27 -0800, Sri Ramkrishna wrote:
> You're request is a little too vague.  Which is why you haven't received
> any responses.  You might consider taking your question to the xorg
> mailing list, although I'm thinking this sounds more of a distribution
> or desktop specific question to me since translations can occur at m any
> levels.

Indeed, this mailing list is not the proper place to ask about Thai
and hook up with the local Thai OSS community.


> sri
> On Wed, 2006-11-29 at 16:18 -0800, Deen S. wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > 
> >   With motivation from Bart Massey and his gang at Portland State U.,
> > here is my attempt to make myself useful to the Open source community.
> > I haven't used Linux for a couple year and now I heard a lot of good
> > things about new Xorg. 
> > 
> >   I installed Debian a month ago and one of the things that striked me
> > was that there wasn't Thai option when I install it.  Not that I plan
> > to use it but I think many Thai people might want it.
> > 
> >   Could you please let me know who maintain the Thai localization at
> > the moment?  I would like to help on this.  I saw some issue but I
> > like to discussed since I am not sure if it doesn't support or it me
> > who doesn't know how to configure it correctly.  The idea desktop
> > shouldn't require user to do much configuration and I believe it's
> > it's one of the goal of  
> > 
> >   I am not sure if this is too big of attempt since will probally have
> > to learn the basic.  Any help that can get me to the right start is
> > very welcome.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Deen
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