Localization, Language Technologies and Standardization

Papers

  1. P. Peterlin, Slovenian HOWTO, Information on using Linux with Slovenian-specific features, v1.0, October 30, 1996.
  2. P. Peterlin, Localization of a free Unix programming environment, Proceedings of CEN/TC304 Workshop, Providing multilingual support in middleware: Implementing the Universal Character Set ISO 10646 in the European Information Society, November 11-12, 1996. Bled, Slovenia.
  3. A. Košir and P. Peterlin, Slovenski črkovalniki in International Ispell, 828. sredin seminar za računalniško matematiko, Inštitut za matematiko, fiziko in mehaniko, February 12, 1997. Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  4. P. Peterlin, Linuks - Linux in slovenščina, predavanje na srečanju društva uporabnikov sistema Linux v Sloveniji (LUGOS). April 4, 1997. Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  5. A. Košir, P. Peterlin and T. Erjavec, GNUsl: prosto programje in slovenščina, pp. 35-41. Proceedings of the conference Jezikovne tehnologije za slovenski jezik (T. Erjavec and J. Gros, eds.) / Language Technologies for the Slovene Language (ISBN 961-6303-00-7), October 6-7, 1998. Ljubljana, Slovenia (PDF).
  6. P. Peterlin, A. Košir and T. Erjavec, Digitalni zapis slovenskih znakov, pp. 128-132. Proceedings of the conference Jezikovne tehnologije za slovenski jezik (T. Erjavec and J. Gros, eds.) / Language Technologies for the Slovene Language (ISBN 961-6303-00-7), October 6-7, 1998. Ljubljana, Slovenia (PDF).
  7. P. Peterlin, R. Maurer, M. Samastur and B. Mrak, Bringing the Linux Documentation Project to Slovenia, pp. 269-274. Proceedings, Where East Meets West: Technical Communication and Usability, October 29-31, 1998. HERMES SoftLab, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  8. P. Peterlin, A. Košir and T. Erjavec, Standardi pri digitalnem zapisu slovenskih znakov, pp. 121-125. Informacijska družba 1998 (M. Gams, ed.) (ISBN 86-341-2575-0), DZS, 1998.
  9. P. Peterlin, Problem z znakom za evro, Delo, February 22, 1999.
  10. P. Peterlin, A. Tori, M. Samastur, R. Maurer and A. Košir, Uporaba pomnilnika prevodov pri prevajanju uporabniških vmesnikov v prostih programih, pp. 57-63. Proceedings of the conference Jezikovne tehnologije (T. Erjavec and J. Gros, eds.) / Language Technologies (ISBN 961-6303-25-2), October 17-18, 2000. Ljubljana, Slovenia (PDF).
  11. P. Peterlin, A. Pisanski and T. Erjavec, "Poišči in zamenjaj" v pregibnih jezikih, pp. 49-56. Proceedings of the conference Jezikovne tehnologije (T. Erjavec and J. Gros, eds.) / Language Technologies (ISBN 961-6303-25-2), October 17-18, 2000. Ljubljana, Slovenia (PDF).

You can also browse my incomplete bibliography in Biomedicina Slovenica.
Another incomplete bibliography list is available from COBISS.

Online documents

ISO 8859-2 (Latin 2) Resources
Where to find the fonts using ISO 8859-2 encoding and how to use them.

Fonts

ETL-Unicode
A set of fixed-width bitmap fonts, 7x14, 8x16 and 12x24 pixels (width x height), covering the Minimum European Subset of ISO/IEC 10646-1 and more. Based on the set of fonts that Dr. Naoto Takahashi and coworkers from Electrotechnical Laboratory, Tsukuba, Japan, crafted for MULE (MULtilingual Enhancement to GNU Emacs). Available from ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/fonts/

You might also be interested in Roman Czyborra's GNU Unicode Font, Mark Leisher's ClearlyU proportional font, and Markus Kuhn's Unicode fixed 6x16 fixed font, and Mark Leisher's xmbdfed bitmap font editor.

Documentation

GNU Emacs
Starting with GNU Emacs version 20.4, Slovenian translation of Emacs Tutorial (Emacs: Prvo berilo) will be available simply by putting
    (set-language-environment "Slovenian")
    
into your ~/.emacs file, then hitting the usual C-h t.
Linux: Informativni letak
Basic information about the Linux information system. Slovenian translation of Linux Information Sheet by Michael K. Johnson.
Z DOS/Windows na Linux
Introduction to Linux for the (former) DOS/Windows users. Slovenian translation of From DOS/Windows to Linux HOWTO by Guido Gonzato.

ISO 8859-2 Created 1999-01-26 by P. Peterlin
Last update $Date: 2001/07/09 14:57:58 $ ($Author: peterlin $)