Mozilla Nepal’s Localization Meetup.


Mozilla Nepal’s Three Days Localization was fixed for November 25th, 26th and 27th on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively at SAP Falchha, Babarmahal, Kathmandu, Nepal. As mentioned, only the Localization Sprint winners were invited to the event where they would discuss more about the ongoing localization activities.




DAY 1:

The meetup was formally started on November 25 at about 5:00 PM in the evening. On the first day, Nootan Ghimire, one of the Mozilla Reps and Localization lead for Mozilla Nepal, welcomed everyone and talked about the meetup goals and things which were going to be done in those three days meetup. Also, there was a presentation from Surit Aryal, Mozilla Reps about Language and technology. Also, localization tasks were being done side by side with the presentations.


DAY 2:

Day 2 started some presentations from Surit Aryal, Mozilla Reps and Roshan Gautam, Regional Ambassador Lead, about Transvision from Mozilla. Day 2 was completely filled with localization task. Everyone were busy on discussing and localizing the Mozilla products.


DAY 3:

Day 3, the last day, folks were still busy localizing the Mozilla Products specially Firefox for Desktop and was on the edge of accomplishment. On this day, the reps were directing to start the localization for, the official site of Mozilla Foundation which was also about to complete on the same day.  Finally it was about 5:00 PM and the Reps talked about weekly meetup and everyone left the hotel.



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Nobel Prize | What it is.

Nobel Prizes are given every year to persons who make excellent contribution in the field of physics, chemistry and physiology or medicine, also to persons who have created the most outstanding literary works and who have made giant contribution towards world peace. The Nobel Prize for economic science was started in 1969. Other Nobel Prizes were started in 1901.


The name in whose name the Nobel Prizes were established was Alfred Bernhard Nobel, a Swedish chemist. He was born in Stolckholm on 21 October 1833. His father Immanuel Nobel was a Scientist. Alfred Nobel has his education at St. Petersburg in Russia and in Stolckholm. He contributed his whole life to the field of Science. The discovery of dynamite enabled Nobel to become rich and earn fame as days passed.

Alfred Nobel died on 10 December 1896 at the age of 63. He left behind a fabulous sum of $9.2 million as a foundation for the Nobel Prizes. The amount of each prize varies according to the interest from the fund. Each Nobel Prizes consists of a citation, a gold medal and about one million dollars. The prize may be shared by two or three and if no prize is given the money is returned to the foundation. The selection of winners is done by the distinguished persons of integrity and scholarship. The prizes are awarded every year on December, the anniversary of Nobel’s demise.