Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jul 15, 2006 9:12 PM EDT
NewsForge; By Jerzy Celichowski
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The localisation of OpenOffice.org into the Georgian language is to be completed this summer. It marks part of an important process taking place in Georgia, a former Soviet republic. A year ago the ministry of education decided to rely on open source software in its multimillion-dollar school computerisation project Deer Leap because delivering software in Georgian was only possible if open source was chosen; Microsoft's local partner had just announced another delay in releasing Georgian Windows.

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