April 15, 2013 — The Unicode CLDR Survey Tool is open for beta testing today. CLDR provides key building blocks for software to support the world's languages, with the largest and most extensive standard repository of locale data available. The survey tool is an online tool used by organizations and individuals to contribute data to this repository, and to vote on alternative contributions.
The survey tool has again undergone substantial revision, with dramatic improvements in usability. We would appreciate people trying out the tool so that we can identify any remaining problems before we start data submission for CLDR 24 on April 24th.
For more information, including how to login, try it out, and supply feedback, see Survey Tool Beta.
So that you can try out the tool as you wish, none of the data you enter during beta is saved.
The Smoke Test tool may be restarted at any time, because it used for development. If you get disconnected when this happens, then refresh your browser: all of your changes should be saved.
Please include the URL to the page where you found the error. For issues with the UI, it often helps to provide one or more screen shots providing context. For a ticket, these can be included by clicking "I have files to attach to this ticket".
If you haven’t used the survey tool before, you may want to take a quick look at:
This documentation should be updated in the next few days for some of the changes in UI.
Visit and randomly vote and enter changes.
Please read these over so you know what to skip. Visit this page again often to see any updated known issues.
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