Wednesday, July 01, 2009

First release of Persian Mozilla Firefox ever!

Download Persian Mozilla Firefox 3.5 now! This is the first time Firefox is released in Persian. The number of supported languages has raised to 70 this time!

I started the Mozilla Persian localization team back in 2002 and after almost 7 years, this is our first release, which is very very close to perfect! I should thank Ehsan Akhgari for his great help to the Persian team and the Mozilla project generally in the past couple of years.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Gmail Wish

Wish Gears had GPG integrity so Gmail could sign and encrypt emails via the web UI...

Sunday, February 08, 2009

RIRA.IRAN (ری‌را.ایران)

We got a new Persian domain name (IDN) for RiRa, the free Persian digital library. It's وب.ری‌را.ایران.ir. (translation: ;)

UDHR in Persian

Finally the Persian translation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is available on the UDHR in Unicode project. (get the PDF)

This Persian (Farsi) version is an encoding of this old printed version. If you know any newer translation available in public domain please inform us.

Jalali GCal 3.0 & Greasefire

Jalali GCal has a major update, version 3.0.
  • It's updated to recent changes by Google on the Calendars's HTML code;
  • now uses jQuery for some operations, which makes it somehow faster now and later updates will be easier as well;
Get the new English and Persian edition from the Google Code download page. If you cannot access Google Code, or have problems with Persian text, please try the mirror; English and Persian.

OTOH I found this handy Firefox/Greasemonkey extension named Greasefire, which lists all available user-scripts (from for current site in just one click, and you can install them rightaway!

The exciting news is that Jalali GCal has the 6th place in the list of scripts for Google Calendar in Greasefire (actually!