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Don't miss the Winter Semester lecture on Ontologies by Prof. Schütz.
A new BLG project has started in our Connected Enterprise branch, and an indepth description will follow on our Projects Page...
The Summer Semester at Saarland University has finished, and the Winter Semester will bring an exciting proseminar on Ontologies presented by Prof. Schütz.
XLIFF 2.0 has been accepted as an OASIS standard (see July belwo).
The final ballot to vote the XML Localisation Interchange File Format (XLIFF) v2.0 as an OASIS Standard is now open and will close on Aug 5th, 2014. The live page is here: https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ballot.php?id=2651.
If you work for an OASIS organizational member or have contact with one, it would help if you bring this ballot to the attention of its primary representative. Simply spreading the word can also help the standardization process.
The slides of the W3C MultilingualWeb Workshop are published at http://www.multilingualweb.eu/documents/2014-madrid-workshop/2014-madrid-program.
An exceptional program for the W3C MultilingualWeb Workshop in Madrid has been just published.
The new XLIFF standard will be presented and discussed at the forthcoming 5th International XLIFF Symposium as part of FEISGILTT that is co-located with Localization World in Dublin, June 3-4 2014 (respecively June 4-6, 2014 for Localization World).
Don't forget to register for the MultilingualWeb Workshop in Madrid (see the links below).
OASIS just announced the opening of the third public review round of XLIFF 2.0 which runs until Feb 25, 2014.
The W3C has announced the seventh MultilingualWeb workshop in the series of events exploring the mechanisms and processes needed to ensure that the World Wide Web lives up to its potential around the world and across barriers of language and culture. The theme of this workshop is “New Horizons for the Multilingual Web.” See the Call for Participation at http://multilingualweb.eu/documents/2014-madrid-workshop/2014-madrid-cfp and register online at https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/1/2014mlw/.
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