According to ISO 639-3 there are approximately 7000 languages in the world, probably there are many more we still don't know, but let's start from these 7000. The majority of these languages has never been written, so these are the most difficult ones to help, but there are possibilities to start helping them. Many others have a script, but people are not taught to write. And only very few languages of the less resourced ones are so lucky to have people who really do write in these languages. The following chapters are to be considered as "continuous work in progress" and will take you through a tour of standards, tools, workflows and projects where you can make a difference. A chapter on "Less Resourced Languages and What People Tell About Them was added. That's the place for your story in the world of localisation and translation for less resourced languages.