Unicode CLDR Survey Tool now open for data submissions
April 4, 2012 — The Unicode CLDR Survey Tool is now open for data submissions for Version 22. Organizations and individuals are invited to help contribute translations to this repository.
CLDR provides key software building for the world's languages, with the largest and most extensive standard repository of locale data available. That repository is used in a wide variety of products, including most smart phones.
The survey tool (http://cldr.org/index/survey-tool) is used to submit translations to this repository, and to vote on others' translations. For Version 22, the survey tool has undergone substantial revision, with dramatic improvements in performance and usability.
The data submission phase is scheduled to run from now until May 30, 2012, after which the vetting stage will begin. During the vetting stage, users can vote on translations, and correct new translations, but cannot otherwise enter translations.
If you have used the survey tool in a previous release of CLDR, your login ID and
password are still active. Otherwise you will need to set up a new account; please see the account instructions (http://cldr.org/index/survey-tool/accounts).
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