CLDR (Common Locale Data Repository) is a project that aims to collect, maintain and provide locale data needed in software. It is hosted by Unicode Consortium and supported huge amount of companies and organizations.
Data they provide for each locale:
- Date/time formats
- Number/currency formats
- Measurement System
- Collation specifications (sorting, searching, matching)
- Translated names for languages, territory, script, timezones and currencies
- Script and characters used by a language
We are really interested to heavily support this project and the integration of CLDR data is in high priority. Basically this means that number formatting, currencies, language names etc. will be automatically translated in your project. If you’ve any other ideas where we could use this data in order to help you guys, please let us know!