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WELSH-L  April 1995

WELSH-L April 1995

Subject:

Cyfrifiadur Cymraeg

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Dafydd Tomos <[log in to unmask]>

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WELSH Language Bulletin Board <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 26 Apr 1995 13:57:39 GMT

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Maddeuwch i mi am basio y ffeil yma ymlaen:
 
> News from Acorn Computers
>
> PR99/24.4.95
>
> Acorn - Cyfrifiadur Cymraeg Cyntaf y Byd
> ========================================
>
> Mae cyfrifiadur cymraeg cyntaf y byd newydd ei gynhyrchu gan MEU Cymru a
> Chyfrifiaduron Acorn, prif gyflenwyr cyfrifiaduron i ysgolion
> Prydain. Gyda'r cyfrifiadur hyn gall Cymry Cymraeg gyfathrebu yn
> gyfangwbl yn eu hiaith eu hunain. Mae negeseuon y system i gyd yn y
> Gymraeg, ac nid yn unig  hynny, mae hefyd yn didoli yn nhrefn y
> wyddor Gymraeg yn hytrach nag yn nhrefn y Saesneg. Mae ganddo
> fysellfwrdd Cymraeg sy'n hwyluso rhoi acenion ar y llafariaid.
>
> Dywed Mike O'Riordan, Cyfarwyddwr gwerthiant a marchnata
> Cyfrifiaduron Acorn, "Mae Acorn eisoes yn cyflenwi cyfrifiaduron i'r
> mwyafrif helaeth o ysgolion Cymru, er eu bod, yn y gorffennol, yn
> systemau Saesneg. Mae cyfrifiadur Cymraeg Acorn yn gyswilt unigryw
> rhwng iaith draddodiadol hanesyddol a thechnoleg gyfrifiadurol
> flaengar. Dylid nodi fod amrywiaeth eang o feddalwedd cwricwlwm
> Cymraeg eisoes ar gael gan MEU Cymru a gellir eu defnyddio ar y cyd
> a'r wyneb Cymraeg."
>
> Dywed Meurig Williams, Cyfarwyddwr MEU Cymru, "Rwy'n rhagweld
> defnyddio ein cyfrifiadur Cymraeg newydd yn yr ysgolion cyfrwng
> Cymraeg, dosbarthiadau lle mae plant yn dysgu Cymraeg ac, rwy'n mawr
> obeithio, yn y cartrefi. Yn wyneb blaengarwch Acorn ledled system
> addysg Cymru, roedd datblygu system wiethredu ar gyfer llwyfan Acorn
> yn gam naturiol."
>
> Wedi'i sefydlu ym 1978, gyda derbyniadua ym 1994 yn fwy na 50m, mae
> Cyfrifiaduron Acorn yn un o brif ddarparwyr TG i addysg Prydain a hi
> oedd darparwr cyntaf cyfrifiaduron personol isel-ei-bris sy'n
> seiliedig ar RISC 32-did ym 1987.  Mae Acorn yn cydweithio'n agos b
> cymuned gref o bartneriaid diwydiant, defnyddwyr a datblygwyr
> meddalwedd i ddarparu atebion technolegol mentrus ar gyfer
> marchnadoedd rhyngwladol addysg, y byd cyhoeddi a defnyddwyr.
>
> Cynhwysa Acorn Computer Group plc Acorn Computers Cyf, Acorn
> Australia, Acorn New Zealand, Acorn GmbH ac Online Media. Mae Acorn
> Computer Group plc yn berchen ar 43% o Advanced RISC Machines Cyf.
> Lansiwyd Online Media, dran o Acorn Computer group, ym 1994 a'i
> genadwri oedd cynllunio cynnyrch amlgyfrwng rhyngweithiol o safon
> byd.
>
> Sefydlwyd MEU Cymru ym 1986 fel uned o fewn Cyd-bwyllgor Addysg
> Cymru gyda chymorth y llywodraeth ac awdurdodau addysg lleol Cymru.
> Ei nod yw hyrwyddo a chynnal defnydd effeithiol technoleg gwybodaeth
> mewn addysg yng Nghymru, yn y Gymraeg ac yn Saesneg. Ers y dechrau,
> mae wedi cynhyrchu ystod eang o feddalwedd a deunyddiau cynhaliol i
> ysgolion ac yn ddiweddarach, ffontiau ac adnoddau Celtaidd sy'n
> ddefnyddiol i holl ddefnyddwyr cyfrifiaduron yng Nghymru. Trefnir
> hefyd gyrsiau a chynadleddau i hyrwyddo datblygiadau ac yrnagweddau
> newydd wrth ddefnyddio technoleg gwybodaeth yn yr ysgolion.
>
>
> Acorn - The World's First Welsh Computer
> ========================================
>
> The world's first fully Welsh computer has been produced by MEU
> Cymru and Acorn Computers, the leading supplier of computers to UK
> schools.  The computer allows Welsh users to communicate entirely in
> their own language and not only provides the system messages in
> Welsh, but also sorts in the order of the Welsh alphabet rather than
> the English one.  The computer features a Welsh keyboard which
> allows accents to be placed easily on the vowels.
>
> Mike O'Riordan, Sales & Marketing Director at Acorn Computers,
> comments: "Acorn already supplies the vast majority of computers to
> Welsh schools, although in the past these have always used English
> language operating systems. The Welsh language Acorn computer is a
> unique link between an historic and traditional language and at the
> forefront of computer technology. The use of the Welsh operating
> system in conjunction with the wide range of Welsh language
> curriculum software available from MEU Cymru makes the Acorn
> computer range a very powerful tool in the classroom."
>
> Meurig Williams, Director of MEU Cymru, the Microelectronics in
> Education Unit for Wales, comments: "I would envisage that our new
> Welsh computer will be used in Welsh medium schools, classes where
> children are learning Welsh and, hopefully, Welsh homes.  The
> decision to develop the operating system for the Acorn platform was
> obvious given Acorn's prominence throughout the Welsh education
> system."
>
> MEU Cymru is a unit which was established in 1986 within the Welsh
> Joint Education Committee with support from government and the local
> education authorities of Wales.  Its purpose is to promote and
> support the effective use of information technology in education in
> Wales, in Welsh and in English.  It has, over the last eight years,
> produced a wide range of software and curriculum support material for
> schools and more recently Welsh fonts and Celtic resources useful to
> all computer users in Wales. Courses and conferences are also
> organised to promote the uptake of new developments and approaches
> in the use of information technology in schools.
>
> Founded in 1978, with 1994 revenues in excess of 50m, Acorn
> Computers is a leading provider of IT to UK education and was the
> first supplier of low-cost 32-bit RISC based personal computers in
> 1987.  Acorn works closely with a strong community of industry
> partners, users and software developers to provide innovative
> technology solutions for the education, consumer, publishing and
> international markets.
>
> Acorn Computer Group plc is the holding company for Acorn Computers
> Limited, Acorn Australia, Acorn New Zealand, Acorn GmbH and Online
> Media.  Acorn Computer Group owns 43% of Advanced RISC Machines Ltd.
> Online Media, a division of the Acorn Computer Group, was launched
> in 1994 with the mission to design world class, interactive
> multimedia products.
 
Ia, gre+t, ond fe allen nhw wedi ei wneud e flynydde yn o+l. Sgwn i
pam dim ond nawr mae nhw wedi penderfynu gwneud hyn? Roedd y farchnad
yna ar ei cyfer ers y dechrau.
 
Sori, mae ein system yn gorfod cau lawr. Efallai cai gyfle rhywbryd
arall i ddweud fy nweud am y pwnc uchod.
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+--------------+-----------------+
| Dafydd Tomos | [log in to unmask] \___________________________
| pethau eolithig huawdl swrealaidd lechfeddiannol gyfareddol \
+--------------------------------------------------------------+

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