Web 2.0 Asia: Orkut Adds 5 Indian Languages
By ken pepple on Sep 08, 2007
I may have to go make yet another profile.
This marks Orkut’s global efforts to create a local service, and offering these new Indian languages brings more personalization to more communities around the world. This is important as a large amount of Orkut users are of course in India.
These five languages selected cover about 80% of India, and may add more. You’ll need to go to your settings on Orkut in order to change your language preferences. Orkut worked with employees in the Google office in India to translate its social network for local use. Indian users are called to offer feedback for further tweaking." (Via Mashable!)