On Wednesday 20 August 2003 14:26, Roozbeh Pournader wrote:

> The Persian Academy has published its first official list of computer
> terms that have been finalized (that is, approved by the President of
> the Islamic Republic of Iran). The copy I'm holding is labeled "second
> edition" and is dated "Dey of 1381" (2003-01). It has an appendix of the
> Iranian law on illegality of usage of any foreign words Academy has
> passed an equivalent for, dated 1375/9/28 (1996-12-18).
> This does not include terms like "computer" or "email" that has been
> considered *general* terms and were published long ago.
> You can buy the physical thing from the Persian Academy's bookshop, on
> Ahmad-e Ghasir (Bokharest) Avenue, at the corner of the 3rd Street.
> To get to the good part, the word list is available as an XML file from
> the address:
>       http://www.farsiweb.info/academy/comp1.xml
> For those who don't know how to handle hot stuff, I've made a very
> spartan HTML version available at:
>       http://www.farsiweb.info/academy/comp1.html
> And for those who wonder how I've created the HTML from the XML, the
> XSLT file is available at (forgive my incompetence in XSLT):
>       http://www.farsiweb.info/academy/html.xsl
> Oh, the winner of the Funniest Word Award? It's "mooshi" for "mouse"!
> roozbeh

It's worth mentioning that this list and other lists of "Farhangestan" 
approved words are also available from the Farhangestan site, which seems 
to be down today! (Does anyone know why?)
The lists are usually available somewhere here:


The same list is also available from www.amitis.org under the terminology 
section. We may however move away from this application as we are going to 
add more words to the list and need to differentiate the sources in a more 
clear way, which is currently not possible.

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