Developing a linguistic standard for language localization

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M Pradeep Kumar  Identity Verified
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English to Telugu
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Useful May 7, 2015

Thank you for writing this. So surprised and glad to know that so much work is being done in Telugu, my mother tongue and other Indian Languages. FUEL is must see for those want to work on website localisation projects. Thank you once again.

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