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7. Other sources of information

7.1 Mailing lists

Broader audiences can be reached at the following mailing lists.

Note that where I write `at', you should write `@'. (Anti-spam device.)

linux-utf8

Address: linux-utf8 at nl.linux.org

This mailing list is about internationalization with Unicode, and covers a broad range of topics from the keyboard driver to the X11 fonts.

Archives are at http://mail.nl.linux.org/linux-utf8/.

To subscribe, send a message to majordomo at nl.linux.org with the line "subscribe linux-utf8" in the body.

li18nux

Address: linux-i18n at sun.com

This mailing list is focused on organizing internationalization work on Linux, and arranging meetings between people.

To subscribe, fill in the form at http://www.li18nux.org/ and send it to linux-i18n-request at sun.com.

unicode

Address: unicode at unicode.org

This mailing list is focused on the standardization and continuing development of the Unicode standard, and related technologies, such as Bidi and sorting algorithms.

Archives are at ftp://ftp.unicode.org/Public/MailArchive/, but they are not regularly updated.

For subscription information, see http://www.unicode.org/unicode/consortium/distlist.html.

X11 internationalization

Address: i18n at xfree86.org

This mailing list addresses the people who work on better internationalization of the X11/XFree86 system.

Archives are at http://devel.xfree86.org/archives/i18n/.

To subscribe, send mail to the friendly person at i18n-request at xfree86.org explaining your motivation.

X11 fonts

Address: fonts at xfree86.org

This mailing list addresses the people who work on Unicode fonts and the font subsystem for the X11/XFree86 system.

Archives are at http://devel.xfree86.org/archives/fonts/.

To subscribe, send mail to the overworked person at fonts-request at xfree86.org explaining your motivation.


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