About the Arabeyes Project
Arabeyes is a Meta project that is aimed at fully supporting the Arabic language in the Unix/Linux environment. It is designed to be a central location to standardize the Arabization process. Arabeyes relies on voluntary contributions by computer professionals and enthusiasts all over the world.
Arabeyes has the following
Jul 22, 2011
|Version 5.0 of KacstOne featuring a new bold version is now available. Check out the full announcement.|
Mar 22, 2011
|Arabic Firefox 4 is released today!
Go to the download page and enjoy!|
Nov 10, 2010
|Arabic Firefox 4 is now available with the beta 7 release. Since this is the first appearance of the Arabized Firefox in version 4.0, please spread the word about it so we can get as much testing and feedback as possible. There will be another beta release coming soon.
Oct 12, 2010
|Last but not least, Arabic Firefox 4 will appear, fully translated, among the Beta releases on Mozilla website. Beta 7 will be the first Arabic beta release of this version, after having fixed several RTL-related bugs.|
May 05, 2010
|Thunderbird 3.1 Beta 2 is available now for download and public testing.
This beta release may be the last one for version 3.1, so Arabic Thunderbird users are invited to download this beta version, test it, and send feedbacks and report any bugs they may encounter.|
|Feb 01, 2010: Firefox for mobile released|
The first stable release of Firefox for mobile (codenamed Fennec) is now available for Maemo. Thanks to Anas Husseini and Khaled Hosny for their quality translation of the first ever Arabic mobile web browser.
|Jan 29, 2010: Thunderbird 3 in Arabic|
|Finally, Thunderbird 3, the new generation of mail clients, has been released!
The Arabic version of Thunderbird 3.0 is here available.
|Aug 18, 2009: Arabic conjuguator project Qutrub initiated|
Taha Zerrouki starts an Arabic conjuguator project named Qutrub. The initial version supports conjuguation to all Arabic tenses and modes (Past, present, imperative and passive voices).
A web interface is here available, for further discussions please use the developer mailing list.
|Mar 13, 2007: Arabeyes applies to GSoC|
|Arabeyes is pleased
to announce that it intends to participate, for the first
time, in Google's
Summer-of-Code (GSoC) program. Arabeyes submitted its
in hopes of attaining permission to become a 'Mentoring
Organization'. Google will look over our application and
suggested projects/tasks to see if we fit their criteria
after which "students" should be able to apply (Note: we
were rather unfortunately
We'd like to thank
for taking the initiative to make this happen as well as
all those that participated and helped on Arabeyes' various
mailing-lists. For further discussions please use the
'general' or 'developer'
|Dec 29, 2006: Arabic Gnome-2.16 Translation Complete|
|Arabeyes.org is pleased to announce that Gnome-2.16 has been fully translated (and 2.18 is very close to completion).
We'd like to thank our Gnome
translation team members for pressing ahead in attaining this great goal (for further details please read this posting). For further discussions please use the 'doc' mailing-list.
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