CLDR provides key building blocks for software to support the world's languages, and is used by much of the world’s software. Highlights for the CLDR 26 release are:
- Microsoft has joined the CLDR project as a major contributing partner.
- The survey tool user interface has undergone a major overhaul, thanks to the hard work of our friends at Apple.
- Google and IBM have focused on performance of the software, and we’ve also upgraded our hardware.
- New types of fields and structure are added, including many additional types of units.
- The new characters in the Unicode encoding standard (Version 7.0, due for release in July, 2014) are supported.
Anyone is welcome to try out the tool, although only those with accounts will be able to make changes. To get an account, or if you have forgotten your login ID or password, please contact your CLDR TC representative. If you don't belong to a Unicode member organization, and are a native speaker of a language other than American English, you can obtain a guest account.
Any bugs with the tool can be reported to the CLDR committee by opening a New CLDR Ticket at http://unicode.org/cldr/trac/newticket
Thanks in advance for your participation in the Unicode CLDR project!