What is Locale? "In computing, locale is a set of parameters that defines the user's language, country and any special variant preferences that the user wants to see in their user interface. Usually a locale identifier consists of at least a language identifier and a region identifier." Wikipedia: [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Locale"]Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame] Where do you come in? You and have been invited to the ANLoc dream of bring as many languages, African languagees that is to the computer world. For a start we have been asked to create as many locales as possible. We have done a number of languages, and thanks to all those that have spent their time and energy to make this possible. Here are the languages that have been identified so far, please add yours if its not listed:- Kiasu – Complete – Needs review Kibena – Complete – Needs review Kigogo – Not complete Kihaya – Not complete Kihehe – Not started Kimachame – Complete – Needs review Kiluguru – Not started Kimakonde – Complete – Needs review Kimwera – Not started Kinyeramba – Not started Kinyakyusa – Not started Kinyambo – Not started Kinyamwezi – Not started Kinyaturu – Not started Kinyiha – Not started Kipangwa – Not started Kirombo – Complete – Needs review Kiruwa – Complete – Needs review Kisangu – Not started Kishambala – Complete – Needs review Kisukuma – Not started Kiswahili – Complete Kivunjo – Complete – Needs review How can you help us with your language? Download the MS Exel File (attached to this thread) Translate the string into your language Send it back to us firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com We will enter it on Afrigen If your language is not on the list, download the file work on it and send it to me.