Multilingual content on Squeak (Was Re: [Etoys] Examples need to be updated)

David T. Lewis lewis at
Sat Jan 13 16:15:27 EST 2007

On Thu, Jan 11, 2007 at 03:34:10PM -0500, Offray Vladimir Luna C?rdenas wrote:
> I was reading the "old" and good Squeak News E-zine and think that would 
> be nice to have local folklore tales and other activities made in Squeak 
> in the same way that Tansel Ersavas, even some of the articles would be 
> adapted as learning activities and active essays, and if we can made 
> that local folklore tales multilingual, then Squeak can make a bridge 
> between childs different cultures and languages.
> I will be posting some questions in my attempt to make my first 
> interactive local folklore tale in Squeak (inspired in what Tansel made) 
> and may be I will ask questions about multilingual content also. (?It's 
> this the proper place?)

It is nice that you mention the excellent work of Tansel Ersavas. His
"Squeak News" is a wonderful interactive book-on-disk, and is well worth
reading today for inspiration.


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