Save the Date! November 7-8, 2023. Bay Area (Hosted at Google)
About the Workshop
Join us in person for two days of community building around the Unicode technology that makes software work for billions of people. Expect two days of workshops, seminars, free-form discussions, and lightning talks centered around i18n libraries, locale data frameworks, globalization tooling, localization pipelines, input methods, and text rendering. Network with the developers and users to help shape the future of Unicode technology.
This is a new type of event for Unicode, with a focus on building more connections within the internationalization community. Expect to come away with deeper knowledge on how to solve tough problems in the i18n and l10n space and how to engineer products that work better for global users. GILT professionals, especially those who build or use Unicode technologies, are encouraged to attend and to host sessions. To encourage maximum collaboration amongst the attendees, this is an in-person-only event.
Call for Submissions
For those interested in participating in and contributing to the event, the call for submissions is now open. If you work on Unicode internationalization technologies or use Unicode internationalization technologies in your work, we want to hear from you. You can register your interest in contributing using the following link.
About the Unicode Consortium
The Unicode Consortium is the premier non-profit open source, open standards body for the internationalization of all software and services.
For more than 30 years, the Unicode Consortium has coordinated the efforts of a world-wide team of volunteer programmers and linguists to standardize, evolve, and maintain a global software foundation that allows virtually every computer system and service to help people connect using their native language.
For additional information about Unicode, visit home.unicode.org.
To support Unicode’s mission to ensure everyone can communicate in their languages across all devices, please consider adopting a character, making a gift of stock, or making a donation. As Unicode, Inc. is a US-based open source, open standards, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, your contribution may be eligible for a tax deduction. Please consult with a tax advisor for details.