Create live USB image of OS

Today I have pointed out that my liveUsb-creator has been damaged.But I have to give my friend live USB image of fedora 16.So I was searching the python code which can convert the DVD image to live USB image. At last I got image-usb-stick.Then I extracted the code.After doing some following steps live USB image has been created—

1. [Biraj@ASUS ~]$ cd abock-image-usb-stick-f3b1002/
2. [Biraj@ASUS abock-image-usb-stick-f3b1002]$ chmod a+x ./image-usb-stick
3. Insert the USB storage device for making it a Live USB device.
4. [Biraj@ASUS ~]$ sudo ./image-usb-stick path_of_the_live_image.iso

Example :

[Biraj@ASUS abock-image-usb-stick-f3b1002]$ chmod a+x ./image-usb-stick
[Biraj@ASUS abock-image-usb-stick-f3b1002]$ sudo ./image-usb-stick /media/Masti/os/Fedora_16_i386.iso
Loading disks…
/media/9892-DDEB
Select a device to image:

1) DataTraveler_G3 (/dev/sdc) – 8 GB
– DataTraveler_G3 (/dev/sdc1) – 8 GB

Choice: 1

Selected: DataTraveler_G3 (/dev/sdc) – 8 GB

Device has one or more mounted partitions:

/dev/sdc1 @ /media/9892-DDEB

Unmount all partitions? [Y/N]: y
WARNING: imaging /dev/sdc may result in data loss! Continue? [Y/N]: y
100% 0:05:52 [================================================] ETA 0:00:00
Done.

Enjoy it .

Link : image-usb-stick (https://github.com/abock/image-usb-stick/)

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FSA Bootcamp India

Yay! We have organized our first FSA Bootcamp India successfully on 14 Feb, 2015 at Mozilla Community Space in Bangalore .  and this is the first FSA Bootcamp throughout the world. Here we invited 50 FSA from different states in India. Though the event was for one day but it was really cool.

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On very first day we started with Arcadio Lainez , Product Marketing Manager gave us  Firefox Hello live demo. By which he was explaining in brief all the features and future plans for Hello. Though Hello is built in to the browser using WebRTC (Real-Time Technology) for communication.

Then TJ, Community Manager for FSA joined in video chat. She gave us explanation of how we are growing with FSA program.Even she shared that what are the main key points of this program. Also she mentioned that this program is not only for marketing but also it helps the passionate people to learn new skills, earn recognition, and advance their leadership in not just the Mozilla community, but in their school and local community.

Then we took a small break. FSA have been divided into 4 groups, and in each group 1 Mozilla Rep was there. There everyone  interacted with each other and share cool experiences like

a. What motivated you?
b. What interested you to be part of this amazing global Community?
c. The thing I want to learn.

All the sticky notes

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Then Galaxy, Gauthamraj, Viswa, me explained about full structure of Firefox Student Ambassadors program. We gave more insights on club activities, club lead training, new recognition system and many more.

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and food was awesome :D

One more point, without our awesome RAL’s help the event might not be well. Also special credit goes to Vineel  who helped a lot throughout the event.

After all, the event was great . At last we have taken some group photos.

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More photos https://flic.kr/s/aHsk52xNyj

Hashtags: #FSABootcamp, #MozSpaceBLR

Also I would like to thank Galaxy who did awesome job for this event.

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Mozilla Portland Workweek

Last week, I was in Portland, USA for attending the Mozilla Coincidental Workweek aka #mozlandia . This was great event with thousand of Mozilla staffs and a hundred Mozilla volunteers. Now I am going to share what was my role there.

Hello portland ……….

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At the very first day, I went to portland art museum, where over 800 people were gathering for breakfast. I met with many amazing people whom I know them by IRC. But that day, it was my great chance to meet personally. Then headed to attend opening addresses of Mitchel Baker, Mark Surman, Chris Beard, David Slater and many of them.

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Then I joined the MDN team meeting. It was great that I saw many faces of MDN people there. Nice to meet them also. Then started brainstorming the ideas with them. That day I had my first meeting with FSA E-Board meeting with members. This was also great.

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Next day we started with our December Office Hour . That day was cool for me. But I am excited for. Many FSA around the globe actually attended this and we have given the answers for their questions. Then headed to join the MDN team with different meetings. After lunch I again joined FSA hacksession day1 meeting with discussion of lots for new upcoming features for FSA and all. If you have missed then check it out December Office Hour .

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Next day, again started with MDN learn area meeting. As a learn area mentor, I had given my thoughts how we can go ahead this project and all. Then followed with FSA hacksession day2.

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Last day, I joined with L10n team meetings. Then I was at the Final meeting for FSA e-board. That day great foe me. Where We documented all our 2015 planning, how we can empower this program and all.  After all, in every day I had tight schedule of several meetings .

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Last night was awesome experience of “MACKLEMORE AND RYAN LEWIS ” live performance ‪of #‎rapper and #‎DJ‬ ‪#AmericanHipHop‬ duo in Portland USA. Thanks mozilla for arranging this.

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Some awesome moments for me……

1. First event where I got a chance to meet with awesome mozillians

2. Dancing with Mozillizns

3. MACKLEMORE AND RYAN LEWIS  live performance

4. First USA trip

5. Visiting Mozila Portland office

6. Roaming around Portland with mozillians

Some more pics …..

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This whole event was awesome place for me where I learnt a lot and I was the in community discussion ideas, for which I am responsible to execute those in 2015.

Some pictures credit goes to my fellow mozillian friends.

Great event indeed for me :P :D :) :D

 

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FUEL GILT 2014 conference

Today I am going to share about “FUEL GILT  2014 , November 14-15,
Pune, India , the largest FOSS event in India for language technology.

Last two week ago, I attended this conference and this was great event. Also in last year I attended “FUEL GILT 2013” as a participant but this time I participated as Speaker of  one topic and as Mozilla’s presence organizer.  Basically The organizers of FUEL GILT Conference were Red Hat and C-DAC GIST and supported by mozilla in this year.

Let me tell a brief what FUEL is. Before that we need to know some true facts. We loves consistency,  The consistency of any product can only be achieved by standardization of its process and components . We always would like to follow this in Software localization . So for that standardization of commonly used terms in software localization, FUEL community has taken this initiative. But what is “FUEL GILT” —  This is annual gathering for all about language technology world, all about GILT industry – G11N, I18N, L10N, and translation world and this event also shows us the pain and conflicts of different cultures and languages.

Let’s dig more into it ….

Very first day, the event was started at sharp 2.30 pm with registration.Then Rajesh Ranjan , the main person behind this Fuel, gave the Welcome Address . FUEL GILT Conference 2014 was inaugurated by Dr Vijay Bhatkar, Professor Arun Nigavekar, Professor K P Mohanan, Raiomond Doctor . Also Mr. Mahesh Kulakarni was there from C-DAC Gist. They were all key note speakers. Everyone of them is  one of the most highly profiled person in india. Then Ankitkumar Patel, Chandrakant Dhutadmal started with Mission of Fuel. This was exciting to learn what Fuel gained in last year and what will in next year. Next session given by Ravikant on FUEL for Film: Learning from History. In his presentation , he used some panoramic sentences from hindi old film which is really really very pleasant and awesome.  Then we jumped on dinner with delicious food items.

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Next day, we had two several tracks one was talk and another workshop. Started with “Why globalization? – The world wide picture” by Pravin Satpute . Then it was run by several talks. Besides workshop was going on also. There was basically 6 workshops. I had one workshop on ” Localization of Firefox Marketplace Apps / WebApps ” . My presenation also has been hosted here .

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after all talks and workshops done, Open House was started. It was great discussion.

In both days some group pics were taken and swags were distributed among the participants.

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Then Chandrakant  ended  this conference with vote of thanks.

As  a part of this fuel community I have learnt so many things and will learn in future also.

At last. I would like to thank here Rajesh, Chandrakant and Ankit for supporting activities around Mozilla in this conference. Also I would like to thanks Ani for controlling this event periodically.

For photos special thanks goes to Krishnababu. More photos here.

I have taken some photos here.

After reading my blog, I hope you like it.

Bye. have a great time.

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Hack the MDN and Celebrate Firefox’s 10th Anniversary

Hi Friends,

Now I am back with blog post.

This was my first MDN event in my life. I am very glad that I have organized it successfully on 09 NOV 2014. This event was not only MDN event but also we had done our Firefox’s 10th Anniversary celebration in kolkata. Let me tell more about this event.

The agenda of this event :

  1. Brief discussion about MDN
  2. How to start hacking in MDN
  3. Intro to MDN glossary
  4. let’s hack on MDN glossary elements together
  5. Celebrate Firefox’s 10th Anniversary
  6. Lunch
  7. Continue hacking on MDN glossary element
  8. Group photo session and swag distribution

So, we have started this event at 11.00 am. Ohh ! sorry I forgot to tell one thing I have made one #MDNglossaryHackingKit for this event. So first I shared this kit with all the participants. Then started with “Brief discussion about MDN” and gave a description  about basic things of Hacking MDN. Now jumped into MDN glossary. In the mean time, there were some question & answer round between me and participants . So every participants excited to hack the glossary element . So we started hacking ……………

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First I taught them about “How to tag glossary item”. And then I came infront of them with the bunch of Glossary items which need to be tagged from missing tags  . And they completed almost 68 missing tags article within half an hour.

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Then i jumped to teach them “How to improve the glossary article by editing” . They grabbed it very fast and started to contributing. Then we headed for lunch.

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After lunch we again started with “How to write new glossary element”. Then we took prioritized missing glossary elements and started writing missing articles together from Here . And we completed the first draft of all these within  one and half an hour. Now those glossary elements are in review queue.

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Next part is celebration of Firefox’s 10th Anniversary. In this event basically, FSA joined.So they were very excited about #fx10 and #ChooseIndependent. We started with Photo sessions……….

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Then we cut the so yummy Cake for Firefox’s 10th Anniversary and enjoying a lot.

Then swag distribution happened among the participants and took some group pic.

As a Glossary mentor, this event was great for me. I am always feeling great as a Mozillian.  Special thanks goes to Mozilla MDN Community for supporting me to organize this event.

Though it’s long but I hope you enjoy it

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[Event Report] Indic FirefoxOS L10n Sprint 2014

Hi guys,

Blogging is the very important part of any event. That’s why after every event , I used to write one short blog with most important things what happened in that event. So now I would like to share gist of this event .

So, this was the first official l10n event which was hosted by Mozilla exclusively. Red Hat Software Services (India) Pvt. Ltd. helped to organized the Indic Firefox OS Localization Workshop, which mainly focuses on the translation of Firefox OS into 13 Indian languages – Assamese, Bengali-India, Gujarati, Kannada, Hindi, Maithili, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu as well as translation quality review and testing on Firefox OS reference devices.

In this event 2-3 members of each of the 13 Indian locales teams got the invitation for attending this event. Also 3 mozilla staffs were there – Arky , Delphine Lebédel , Peiying Mo. Also one important thing , this event could not possible without Ani and Rajesh from Redhat.

First day, after registration, participants introduced themselves. Then Arky and Delphine gave short introduction about Firefox OS: Road plan. After tea break, Localization testing given by Delphine which is really very fantastic. Before lunch, Rajesh demonstrate some idea about Glossary, Terminology, Style Guide of Fuel which is really very essential for good translation.

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In next half, we have started with full fledged Localization Sprint / QA Testing. Bengali-India , Maithili had done their localization. So we started with QA testing and other team were focusing to complete the translation.

At the end of the day, stats of the event is below

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First day at night, we had dinner at Barbeque Nation, Amanora Park Town. Food was awesome. First day was really productive.

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At the second day, we again started with Localization Sprint / QA Testing. Delphine gave 13 flame phones to 13 team leaders.

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Then followed by Round table Discussion: Firefox OS L10N: Challenges and Opportunities. After tea break going forward with Future Community Event Plans. At last, feedback was collected from the participants.

Final report is here

IMG_2051Special kudos to Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Maithili, Punjabi, Tamil teams for completing the translations 100% and rest of the languages who are nearing completion. Also we have to keep an eye on your language even if you are 100% completed, as the string freeze is on June 20th and you might have updates coming in till then. We got massive contribution from all the teams with in 2 days.

After that we took a group pic ……..

finalLast day , we took our food at Barleyz in pune.

A special thanks to Chris and Mozilla for all the support and assistance provided for the event.

We are really looking forward some more and more events like this in India. We really enjoyed in this event. I am feeling great to be a part of this event.

The event has own huge success . You can find all tweets here bit.ly/1kkRwtU

Some important informations are in this link .

All Photos : on.fb.me/1hNEdYF

I hope every one likes this blog after reading it :D ;)

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Firefox OS App Days in Mukti’14

We all know that “Firefox OS anticipates your needs, adapts to every situation and instantly delivers the information you want.It gives you the power to live every moment to its fullest and participate in a better world.” We want more apps on this mobile operating system.

That’s why I think that we need one Firefox OS App Days in our Mozilla Durgapur community, one of the fastest growing mozilla community in Durgapur. I was just wondering  a right place for that ………….

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One day, I got a invitation letter from Mukti 2014 for organizing one mozilla event there. Let me tell a brief about Mukti 2014,  the 9th edition of NITDGP’s Annual Technical Symposium on Open Source, MUKTI 2014 from the 31st of January to the 2nd of February, 2014,The GNU/Linux Users’ Group, NIT Durgapur was established in 2003 by a bunch of FOSS enthusiasts with the objective of spreading awareness about the world of Free and Open Source Softwares and popularising their use in the campus.MUKTI, the only FOSS Festival of Eastern India, is a three-day meet at NIT Durgapur where we celebrate the freedom of Open Source. Owing to the success attained by it in recent years, it attracts a lot of participation and the number just keeps growing with each passing year. The intense atmosphere of competition is doubled up with Talks and Workshops by few of the brightest and most active minds in the Indian Open Source community.

In my word ” this is the only one foss event where we meet with many opensource guys.” That’s why I really like this this event.

I took decision that this was the right place for Firefox OS App Days.Then I was arranged all those stuffs which were really needed for this event with the coordination of NIT guys.Check out the event page : mzl.la/1etktoM

Now, I am going tell about the actual scenario of this event. Here , we got 150+ participants for attending this event . In this event , we had 6 speakers.This event was for two days. They gave separate sessions

Day1:

Mozilla: Mission, Products and Projects - Shahid Farooqui

Introduction of Firefox OS - Umesh Agarwal

How to develop Firefox OS app [hands-on session] – Biraj Karmakar

Firefox Developer tools and App Manager – Kaustav Modak

Mozilla Web API - Jai Pradeesh

App Demo – Gourab Patra

Day2:

App Development Workshop for Firefox OS and App demo

FSA – A tool for teching, learning and promoting open web. –  Shahid Farooqui

So, Shahid ji started the event with Mozilla: Mission ,  then Umesh pull the rope with Firefox OS Intro After that Jai gave his session on Mozilla Web API. then most experienced guy Kaustav showed Firefox Developer tools and App Manager . Next , I gave a hands-on session on Firefox OS App Development making “Hello world app on Firefox OS app” which is most important for any beginner Firefox OS developer. Then Gaurab showed some app demo on that.

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after the sessions we got a lot of questions from the event.We six people were enough for answering the questions.This was how the event was ended.

After the event , we headed for Dinner at Mainland Chaina. This was the great enjoyable moment for us.

At the next day, we stated with app development.First we picked up the app Idea from the participants.

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Then the participants made group among them with max 3 members. Then they made some cool app like Word Converter, Video player , Currency Converter etc. We are looking forward to help those guys who are interested submitting apps in Market place.

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Then We gave rating based on their apps. Then we provide T-shirts , Tote bag , stickers etc cool swags among the participants.

Then we took Group photo.

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The second day ended with great success .Specially, I would like to thank Saurabh,Vivek, Anish, Prateek, Jeet, Harshit and others who made this event possible.

Some people were really excited getting this Firefox OS device Keon .

We got lots of beautiful comments on this event . One of these is here :

Harshit Agarwal  : “I thank you on behalf of GLUG for gracing MUKTI 2014 and giving an enlightening workshop on Mozilla OS Apps. We look forward to more such sessions!” check out it on.fb.me/Ls8sVa

At last, I would like share one line with you “I was very glad to be a guest speaker of MUKTI 14 as well as organizer of #FirefoxOSAppDays in #mukti14 i.e the only #FOSS Festival of Eastern #India

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MozHub

Today, I would like to share a brief story of Mozilla event in Barasat on 5th Jan,2014.This was the first event in Barasat. The event was started sharp 12.00 am at noon with Mozilla Mission. After that I discussed Firefox OS with Developer preview phone Keon.Some people also checked the Firefox OS phone (Keon).

Then we have started our 2nd session with Localization.Actually, here we discussed mainly with Bengali-India l10n . They have been learnt how to do l10n work and what are the specific rules for localization etc.Hopefully, we would get 5 new localizer for Bengali-India.

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Next session was for Webmaker mainly. Here people got to learn the basic things of Webmaker and how to remix the Thimble page , how to use Popcorn etc.We have discussed related mozilla codebase. Atlast  people got to learn about MDN and how to create new docs and edit etc.

This event was really great ! The audience of this event was satisfied very much. Then we went to a Mouchak’s restaurant for our lunch. We enjoyed very much.

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Google d3vf3st Kolkata and Firefox App Day In a BOX

Hello all

It is the time to share my journey about Google d3vf3st Kolkata with Firefox App Day In a BOX where I visited in the last week in Kolkata. It was really fabulous and I enjoyed very much with other Mozillians and members of GDG.

This event was took place at Hotel Hindustan International for two days.At the very first day , Google developers showcased about different products and the benefit of using them. After that, one developer gave a remote session on Google Maps . After all the first day event was really cool.

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In the second day, We started our journey with Firefox and Developers tools by Kaustav Das Modak. Then Jai took one session on Web API. After that We showed our Firefox OS technology to the audience. Then we asked audience to propose their ideas on Apps and some interesting ideas came up,including an alarm app , call recording app etc.

The app ideas are here in an etherpad.

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Two days lunch was really great and delicious.

Then we distributed the swags to different participants with amazing App ideas.
After that there was a session on Android App development by Badrinath Kulkarni which was pretty good. After that, event was ended with group photo session.

 

 

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Hack Jam 2 @ BCREC

When Mozilla Dugapur kicked off Hack Jam @ BCREC , We hoped that it would catch the fire. Yes …………………..

We got the the success today. It was really awesome. More than 80 students attended this session. We tried hard to make this Makerparty celebration of webmaking even bigger and better.  And thanks to the incredible work of contributors around the Durgapur, it was!

Now I would like share a brief Makerparty story of this event Hack Jam 2 @ BCREC .It was the biggest event in BCREC also till now.

First question raised in our mind is ” What is Hack Jam 2 @ BCREC ?” Actually, here we do basically draw our idea for web/app/popcorn Let’s Party – Hands on session with webmaker tools Remix Websites with the X-Ray Goggles. Hack the Web with Thimble. But that time we also included Mini App Day also.

We kicked off our event sharp at 10.30 am with Registration . After that Avik took the introductory session. Then Devyani caught up Thimble overview.

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Then Umesh picked up his favorite webmaker tool Popcorn Maker and gave a hands on session. Then we adderssed our newest webmaker team . Then  we gave time for Popcorn Hackathon to the students.

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Now is my time to tell what I did there . First picked up X ray goggles and showed the Hands on session . Then next 15 minutes for X ray goggles hackathon .

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Till that time , we were hungry for food. We had completed our lunch with some special crunchy tasty food and cold drinks also.

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After that we backed in our makerparty mood at sharp 2.00 pm. So , me and Amitshree gave Firefox OS app hands on session. Then I showed some firefox os apps demo also.Then we hosted on app hackathon for 40 min. We hosted one quiz round for all. At that time we completed judgement of all the webmaker’s makes. Then we announced the name of the winners on the basis of quiz .  They also the gave their feedback  regarding this event. Then we gave then prizes and swags.

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After distributing the swags and all, some group photos were taken .

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After all , it was really awesome event. I would personally like to thank  Umesh Agarwal , Amit Kumar Thakur for collaborating with me to organize this awesome  event . Also thanks to volunteers who gave their best efforts.

Mozilla Durgapur is one of the fastest growing community in the world. Feeling great to be a part of this community as well as Mozilla India.

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FUEL GILT Conference 2013

I would like to describe my experience during FUEL GILT 2013,Pune in this blog. It was my first conference on Localization in my life. It was amazing for me. I have learnt quite a good understanding of Localization ,Globalization, Indic font, translation tools etc..

First of all , I would like to thank Redhat and CDAC for jointly hosting FUEL GILT Conference 2013. Also thanks Mozilla for giving me chance to attend this conference and special thanks goes to Mr. Rajesh Ranjan who is the main person behind FUEL GILT .

It was two days conference. Here , a lot of open source community members came from Mozilla ,Wikimedia etc. I got a chance to meet with these energetic people.

At the first day, Mr. Satish Mohan and Mr. M. D. Kulkarni gave talk to the audience and motivated them regarding FUEL efforts. After tea break, we got many sessions like FUEL: Content, Collaboration and Consistency by Mr. Rajesh Ranjan , Community and Language Engineering by Mr. Ravikant,Towards generation of translation memories from varied file formats from distributed/unorganized data by Mr. Rajat Gupta. Specially I liked Zanata – An Open Source Translation Tool that builds with your Community by Ms. Ani Peter & Mr. Isaac Rooskov . Zanata is wonderful tool for Translation.

After that we got to know what is “STE”. The full form of STE is Simplified Technical English . This session was taken by Ms. Sushma Chitta. After some lightening talk , we got a chance to know Fuel style guide and UTRRS by Mr. Chandrakant Dhutadmal and Mr. Satyabrata Maitra respectively.

One of the best talk I liked , Translation Assessment by Mr. Ankitkumar Patel and Internationalization and Wikipedia by Mr. Kartik Mistry. At the end of the day, I gave also feedback on this event.

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Second day keynote by Mr. Sam Pitroda was great. After that, talk by Mr. Guntupalli Karunakar on “Indic fonts: Guidelines and Standardization” was very educative. Then  Indic fonts: Guidelines and Standardization by Mr. Arjuna Rao Chavala and Evolution of IMEs for Indian Languages by Mr. Pravin Satpute were really great. I enjoyed interaction with Mr. Pravin during his talk.

At last,Open Panel Discussion was arranged with Mr. Satish MohanMr. M. D. KulkarniMr. RavikantMr. Sudhanwa JogalekarMr. Harshad Gune .

Finally, the conference was ended by Mr. Chandrakant Dhutadmal with Valedictory and Vote of Thanks.

Here I missed my mentor Runa, works at Wikimedia,  who brought me to world of Localization and Opensource.

Finally some group photos were taken .

Over all it was great Conference. I am looking forward to attend the next one in the future.

Again I would like to thank  Mr. Rajesh Ranjan,  Mr. Chandrakant Dhutadmal ,Mr. Ankitkumar Patel for making it a successful project and an event.

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