Suyash Dwivedi
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On Thu, Mar 28, 2019, 12:04 PM Jinoy Tom Jacob <> wrote:
Congratulations Telugu community👏 on completing 300 SVG translations and every community members, organisers who actively involved in the translation of SVG files into Indian languages.

Till this time, the translated files are 2118 in numbers which are in 19 different Indian languages.

I would like to thank each participant for making this initiative a success and looking forward to each community for the successful completion of SVG translation. We have 4 days left for this campaign.

Jinoy Tom Jacob

On Mon 25 Mar, 2019, 7:32 PM Mallikarjuna S J < wrote:
Great to see numbers being shared.

would boost morale.

With Regards,
Mallikarjuna S J,

It is the mind that makes the man, 
and our vigour that makes soul immortal.


On Sun, Mar 24, 2019 at 10:03 PM Krishna Chaitanya Velaga <> wrote:
Hello everyone, 

I writing this email to give you all some general updates about the ongoing SVG Translation Campaign, and also invite you to participate in the campaign if you haven't already done so, as we entering into the final week of the campaign.

For some of you, who are not aware, SVG Translation Campaign has been started on 21 February 2019 (marking the International Mother Language Day) and will continue until 31 March 2019. The objective of the campaign is to translate English-labelled SVG diagrams in English to various Indian languages.

The main category for creations from the campaign is at Till date (at time of writing this email), we've translated 1800 files into 17 different Indian languages. Language-wise break down is as follows:

Assamese — 162
Bengali —  142
Doteli —  2
Gujarati —  170
Hindi —  141
Kannada —  173
Maithili — 1
Malayalam — 230
Marathi — 230
Nepali — 37
Oriya — 16
Punjabi —  73
Sanskrit — 3
Santali — 45
Tamil — 61
Telugu — 297
Urdu — 17

As a part of the campaign, several onsite events were conducted in the following places:

Khanna, Punjab
Eramallikkara, Kerala
Jalgaon, Maharashtra
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Karnal, Haryana
Bengaluru, Karnataka
New Delhi (2 events)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Guntur, Andhra Pradesh

There are a few more coming up this week. You can read more about these at

Post-campaign, we'll first be cleaning up files, which will include checking the author, source, descriptions, categories, and other version templates, are correctly placed. This will be done until 21 April, and then we'll move on to deciding the final metrics and top contributors.

I thank all the language organisers and participants for making this initiative a successful one, and CIS-A2K for supporting this campaign in several ways. If you're interested or need any help, please join the Telegram for this campaign at or post a message to the help desk. 

Thanks and regards,
Krishna Chaitanya Velaga
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