Tuesday Feb 17, 2009

Quick Report on GlassFish Webinars in Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese

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A quick report on today's Special Webinars: we decided to postpone the Portuguese version for the week of March 1st (next week is Carnival and we can't compete with it), but the Japanese and the Chinese webinars went very well.

We had 144 viewers for the Japanese webinar, with a maximum of 44 attendees at a given time, while the Chinese max was 26 but the total of viewers was 153. Plenty of questions and online chatting, and we all decided we will do it again.

I still need to schedule my spanish presentation... :-(

Monday Feb 16, 2009

GlassFish Webinars in Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese - Others to Follow

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Tomorrow (Tuesday, US) we will have special webinars on the GlassFish Portfolio in Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese. The times and presenters are:

Portuguese - Marcelo & Mauricio - Tue, Feb 17th, 10:00am PT / 3pm Brazil
Japanese - Terada-san & Kohsuke - Tue, Feb 17th, 5:30pm PT / 10:30am Tokyo
Chinese - Judy & Jiandong - Tue, Feb 17th, 7:30pm PT / Wed 11:30 am Beijing

1-1.5 hrs, hopefully with plenty of Q&A. Details at Show Page.

I will also host a presentation in Spanish; should be next week but I've not yet arranged the date and time. Let us know if you are interested in other languages and we will try to find a native speaker to present.

Tuesday Jul 08, 2008

GlassFish User FAQ in japanese

GlassFish Japanese FAQ

The GlassFish User FAQ, an always evolving source of information for GlassFish users, is now available in Japanese courtesy of Tomonori Shioda. This FAQ is a wiki, so please feel free to enhance the English or the Japanese versions!

Work on the Developer FAQ (for people developing GlassFish) is also underway.

Monday Feb 04, 2008

Polyglot GlassFish

Polyglot Calendar

Following the footsteps of previous versions, GlassFish v2ur1 (first released in December 2007) now support seven languages: Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, French, German and Spanish. Some of the web content is also localized. As always community help and feedback is welcome.

Ming has more details here. Downloads are available from the GlassFish or Sun Application Server download pages.

Wednesday Oct 31, 2007

GlassFish in 7 Languages - Now Available!

Ming has announced the availability of GlassFish v2 in 7 languages:

Diagram of a Babel Fish

Chinese
Japanese
Spanish
German
Korean
French
Simplified Chinese

For more details and additional distributions, check Ming's note. Note that the translations of the web site go down one level, then they revert to english. And, if you are interested in helping, please participate at g11n@glassfish.dev.java.net.

Your Help Wanted! I encourage you to download your favorite localized version and post your experience on this blog; what worked, and what didn't work. Thanks!

Corrected! I've corrected this entry; I've also written a follow-up entry with more info for the Spanish Locale.

Monday Mar 19, 2007

GlassFish in Japanese

Mount Fuji

There is now a translation of the GlassFish community page into japanese (see FishEye Putback). Thanks to Ogino, Yuta and everybody that helped!

We have several localization efforts ongoing; others include TheAquarium ([ja], [ru], [es], [zh]) and the Java EE Download pages ([ja]). Still, if feels to me we can do better about using the energy of the community; perhaps we can brainstorm about this during JavaOne?