"In a move to encourage the worldwide adoption of the
open-source model, the Linux Internationalization Initiative, also
known as Li18nux, Wednesday announced the availability of the
latest software specification designed to increase the
functionality of commercial Unix systems in the global market."
"Formed in August of 1999, Li18nux consists of Linux and
open source-related contributors who develop software and
applications for Linux and other open-source projects, focusing on
portability with an international bent."
"The group's Wednesday release of the Li18nux2000 globalization
specification appears as the organization's latest move toward
making Linux available under various national and local
requirements. By conforming to the specification, application
programmers can take advantage of Unicode-based multilingual
functions across Linux distributions and Unix systems, the group
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