On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 12:30 AM, Sean Mac Suibhne <seanmac2007 at eircom.net>
> Does Ubuntu have an Irish language interface yet?
> I use Mandrivas Gaeilge interface. I dont know of any other distro that
> has an Irish language interface. Id be interested if there are any others.
My kids are in Gaelscoil -- the one that burnt down the othe day - ha ha.
>> Scríobh Frank Duignan:
>> > Given that a new Ubuntu is out this week is there any talk of a release
> > party. Paul you arranged anything?
> > f.
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