Leokī: Kikowaena Keleka‘a‘ike ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i
Leokī: Hawaiian Language Telecommunications System
ʻApelila 2012: Ua pau ka hoʻohana ʻia ʻana o Leokī. Waiho ʻia kekahi mau paukū wehewehe ma lalo iho nei no ka hoihoi paha ke heluhelu aku no Leokī.
April 2012: Leokī has been retired. The paragraphs below have been left for informational purposes only about this deprecated email system.
ʻAʻole hoʻi kākoʻo ʻia ʻo Leokī i kēia wā e ko ke keʻena ʻEnehana o Ka Haka ʻUla. Inā e ʻimi ana i ke kōkua ma ka neʻe ʻana i ka leka uila Google Apps ma hawaii.edu, e leka uila mai iā Kaliko Trapp, kaliko.trapp [ma] hawaii.edu.
Furthermore, Leokī is not currently supported by Ka Haka ʻUla. If you need assistance in moving your email account from Leokī to Google Apps under hawaii.edu, please email Kaliko Trapp at kaliko.trapp [at] hawaii.edu.
‘O ka Leokī ka papa lawelawe keleka‘a‘ike mua loa no nā lāhui kanaka ‘ōiwi. Ma loko o ia papa lawelawe he mau lawelawe keleka‘a‘ike like ‘ole ma ka ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i. Ma kāu kamepiula, ka uea kelepona, ka mōkema, a me kekahi mau lakolako kāka‘ikahi hou a‘e, he hiki nō ke keleka‘a‘ike ma ka ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i. ‘Oiai ua kūkulu ‘ia nō kekahi mau papa lawelawe e ko kekahi mau lāhui kanaka ‘ōiwi ‘Amelika ma mua, ‘a‘ohe mea ma waena o ia mau papa lawelawe i kāko‘o i ke keleka‘a‘ike maoli ‘ana ma loko o ia ‘ōlelo ‘ōiwi me ka ho‘ololi pū ‘ia o ka pae kamepiula i ia ‘ōlelo kekahi. No ka Leokī, ua unuhi ‘ia nā papa koho, nā pahu a‘o, a me nā kani a‘oa‘o a pau ma ka ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i.
Leokī, the first indigeneous language electronic bulletin board service, provides a variety of telecommunication services through the Hawaiian language. With the assistance of your computer, phone-line, modem and a few other software peripherals telecommunicating in Hawaiian is possible. Though there were several other BBSs set up for communications by Native American nations, none provided the ability to communicate in that language as well as had its interface in the language as well. All menus, dialog boxes, and alerts have been translated into Hawaiian.
Ma ka Leokī, ho‘ohana ‘ia ka lako polokalamu i hana ‘ia e ka Open Text Corporation o ‘Onaterio, Kanakā, a kapa ‘ia he FirstClass. Like loa ka holo ‘ana o ka lako polokalamu FirstClass me ka pae Macintosh. Ke ‘e‘e ‘oe ma luna o kekahi papa lawelawe ma ka FirstClass ma o kā lākou lako polokalamu, e ‘ō‘ili mai kekahi pukaaniani me nā wahī ma luna. ‘O ka ‘oia‘i‘o, he mau hālāwai kūkā, he mau leka uila, a he mau wahi ho‘āhu waihona ia mau wahī. Ho‘okele ‘ia ia polokalamu ma ke kuhi a me ke kaomi pū ‘ana i ka ‘iole, a he hiki nō ho‘i ke ho‘opilikino ‘ia ia lako polokalamu.
Leokī uses FirstClass software from Open Text Corporation of Ontario, Canada. FirstClass software very closely mimics the Macintosh interface. When you connect to a FirstClass BBS using their proprietary Client software, a window appears with what appears to be folders on it. These folders, in fact, are conferences, your mail box, and file storage areas. Navigating the system is done via point and click, and the user interface is very customizable.
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