Hover mouse over each language to see its English name and links to each page in that language:
عربى Arabic kermitproject.org/index.html  | հայերեն Armenian (page withdrawn)  | Беларускі Belarusian Kermit Project Kermit 95's SSH Client  | বাঙালি Bengali Backus Krawitz  | Bosanski Bosnian 1890 Census  | 中文 Chinese Kermit Project Backus About Kermit Krawitz Grosch New Deal  | Hrvatski Croatian Backus Krawitz  | Čeština Czech About 'Using C-Kermit' Grosch Backus Krawitz  | Dansk Danish Krawitz  | Nederlands Dutch Kermit Project Grosch Backus Tabulators Krawitz  | Eesti Estonian About Kermit Eckert Krawitz  | فارسی Farsi Kermit Project Backus SSEC  | Suomi Finnish Kermit Project 1890 Census Backus Krawitz  | Français French Kermit Project About Kermit Hollerith Eckert Grosch Backus Krawitz Tabulators Sorters ENIAC SSEC IBM 650 New Deal  | Deutsch German Kermit Project Kermit 95's SSH Client About Kermit Hollerith Eckert Grosch Krawitz Backus Tabulators IBM 407 ENIAC SSEC  | Ελληνική Greek Kermit Project About Kermit Backus Krawitz SSEC Tabulators  | Kreyòl Ayisyen Haitian Hollerith  | עִברִית Hebrew Kermit Project Hollerith Backus SSEC New Deal  | हिंदी Hindi Kermit Project About Kermit Backus Krawitz  | Magyar Hungarian Backus Krawitz  | Bahasa Indonesia Indonesian Kermit Project About Kermit Backus Krawitz  | Italiano Italian Kermit Project About Kermit Hollerith Eckert Grosch Backus Krawitz Tabulators ENIAC SSEC New Deal  | 日本語 Japanese Grosch Backus Krawitz  | 한국어 Korean Kermit Project Backus Krawitz New Deal  | Монгол Хэл Mongolian Tabulators  | Norsk Norwegian Kermit Project About Kermit  | Polski Polish Kermit Project E-Kermit Kermit 95's SSH Client Hollerith SSEC New Deal  | Português Portuguese Kermit Project Backus  | Română Romanian Kermit Project About Kermit E-Kermit 1890 Census 1890 Tabulator ENIAC IBM NORC IBM 601 IBM 650 SSEC Hollerith Eckert Backus Grosch Krawitz  | Русский Russian Kermit Project About Kermit E-Kermit Hollerith Eckert Grosch Backus Krawitz Tabulators ENIAC  | Српски Serbian Hollerith SSEC  | Slovenský Slovak About Kermit  | Slovenščina Slovenian Krawitz SSEC  | Español Spanish Kermit Project About Kermit Kermit FTP client Hollerith Eckert Grosch Backus Krawitz Tabulators SSEC New Deal  | Svenska Swedish Kermit Project Grosch Krawitz  | தமிழ் Tamil Backus  | Татар Теле Tatar Kermit Project  | Türkçe Turkish Kermit Project Hollerith Backus  | Українська Ukrainian Kermit Project E-Kermit Hollerith Grosch Backus Krawitz Tabulators ENIAC  | اردو Urdu Kermit Project eckert.html Krawitz  | O’zbekcha Uzbek Kermit Project About Kermit E-Kermit

Web Page Translations

Frank da Cruz
fdc@columbia.edu
31 January 2019
Updated:  13 June 2019
I'm responsible for several popular websites, including:
kermitproject.org
The Kermit Project, formerly at Columbia University, now independent (the original site at Columbia still exists but has been "frozen" since 2011).

kermitproject.org/newdeal/
The New Deal in New York City. The hidden legacy of FDR's New Deal in NYC in photographs and text. Hosted at the Kermit Project website.

columbia.edu/cu/computinghistory/
The History of Computing at Columbia University.

Each site has pages that have been translated into one or more languages other than English (sometimes more than 20). Anyone who would like to translate any of the pages at any of these sites into a new language is welcome to do so. Normally the translation is hosted at the translator's site and linked to from the original page, as in this example, which has the language buttons on top and table of translation credits at the end.

If you would like to translate a page to a new language, send me email at the address above. Rules:  § Translations should be done by a competent speaker of the given language, not Google Translate.  § It's OK to request linking to a commercial site, but please: no phishing or other hostile sites, no porn, no aggressive popups, etc.  § There is no charge for installing the links and credits, and no money can be paid for the translations.  § Your translation should link back to the original page.  § Your translated page should announce its language in the <lang=xx> attribute, where xx is the ISO 6391-1 language code (see list).  § You should supply the following information about your translation so I can link to it:

  1. Name of language
  2. Link to your translation
  3. Name of translator
  4. Organization or company
See this example. Item 3 is optional if item 4 is included, and vice versa. Items 3 and 4 can also include links, e.g. to a personal page or company page.

Pages that have been translated as of the "updated" date above are shown in the table. Click each link to see the languages each page has been translated to so far. Click a language name at the top to see which pages have been translated into that language. Entries in italics are popular pages that have no translations yet.

kermitproject.org/: The Kermit Communications Software Project
 
Page and link Title Topic
index.html Kermit Project home page Overview and links to individual pages
kermit.html About Kermit What Is Kermit? The Kermit Project, sofware, and protocol.
ftpclient.html Kermit's scriptable FTP client For Unix, Windows, and other platforms
ek.html Embedded Kermit Kermit software for embedding
sshclient.html Kermit 95 for Windows K95's SSH Client

kermitproject.org/newdeal/: The New Deal in New York City
 
Page and link Title Topic
index.html NYC New Deal Home Page Links to NYC New Deal galleries and research
overview.html NYC New Deal overview The New Deal and what it did in New York City

columbia.edu/cu/computinghistory/: The History of Computing at Columbia University
 
Page and link Title Topic
hollerith.html Herman Hollerith The father of modern automated computing
hh/index.html An Electric Tabulating System Hollerith's PhD Dissertation (1890 Census)
eckert.html Wallace Eckert Pioneer in automated scientific computation
grosch.html Herb Grosch Computer pioneer and commentator
backus.html John Backus Pioneer in computer programming languages
krawitz.html Watson Scientific Computing Laboratory 1949 article by Eleanor Krawitz
tabulators.html Tabulators (Accounting Machines) Precursors to modern computers
1890tabulator.html Hollerith's 1890 Census tabulator The first tabulator
407.html The IBM 407 (1949) IBM's last tabulator
sorters.html Card sorters To put decks of punched cards in any desired order
eniac.html ENIAC (1946) How ENIAC was programmed mainly by women
ssec.html IBM's SSEC (1948) One of the first big computers
norc.html IBM's NORC (1954) The first super­computer
610.html IBM 610 Auto-Point (1954) The first personal computer
650.html IBM 650 MDC (1954) The first mass-produced computer
Other candidates for translation:
switch.html Eckert's invention The first automated scientific calculations 1934
ibmradiotype.html IBM Radiotype Short-wave typewriter and its role in World War II
pupin.html Pupin Hall Where the Manhattan Project started
almanac.html Eckert at the Naval Observatory Automating the WWII Air and Nautical Almanacs
tableprinter.html Table printer The first "computer typesetting" 1945
7090.html IBM 7090 Columbia's main computer 1963-68
36091.html IBM 360/91 Columbia's main computer 1968-1980
dec20.html The DECSYSTEM-20 Columbia's central academic computers 1977-88
Punched-card equipment
firstpunch.html The first card punch Pantographic card punch used in the 1890 and 1900 censuses
oldpunch.html Old card punches 1890-1934
026.html IBM 026 key punch Introduced in 1949
029.html IBM 029 key punch Introduced in 1964
interpreters.html IBM Card Interpreters To print interpreation of codes across top of card
reproducers.html IBM Summary punches To extract selected information from a deck of cards
IBM 405 IBM Tabulator Introduced in 1934, served in World War II
collators.html IBM Collators To merge decks of punched cards