We learned in 2019 that adding languages support to HCL Notes turned out to be a lot tougher than anyone had expected. We plan to streamline our processes in 2020, however, and deliver more languages. We deeply appreciate your patience. As promised, here’s the update with our progress on language support in Domino, Notes, and Sametime for v11.0.1 and beyond.
What’s the plan for group two languages for Domino v11.0.1?
HCL intends to provide support for the following languages for Domino V11.0.1 (including Notes V11.0.1) early in July 2020:
What about Verse, Sametime and Domino Volt?
Verse, Sametime, and Domino Volt are already multi-language ready. In fact, they support 30+ languages.
What’s the plan to add other language packs for HCL Notes?
After shipping group 2 languages for v11.0.1, we are going to streamline the process to enable us to deliver more languages. Here is the list of languages we have in plan for v12 (or before). An update on the timing for when these language packs will be communicated in July this year.
Are you adding languages for Verse, Sametime, and Domino Volt?
Yes, we are going to be adding Basque and Hindi for the v12 versions of these products.
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