Re: [Gtranslator-devel] VGS
- From: Marc Prior <mail marcprior de>
- To: gtranslator-devel lists sourceforge net
- Subject: Re: [Gtranslator-devel] VGS
- Date: Sat Aug 2 00:40:03 2003
> Inventors: Mercier, Philippe; (Sterrebeek, BE)
Ah-ha. So now we know. The patent is held by Telelingua Software, see:
Several translation memory apps make use of sharing memories over a network.
Trados and SDLX are two notable examples. Is there really any big difference
between sharing over a network, and sharing over the Internet? Let's have a
race to patent the sharing of TMs over an ISDN line. What next? A patent on
on-line mailing lists for translators? :-)
>I don't know anything about them except of JCAT<
The Internet is inherent to the principle of JCAT, as I'm sure you know.
Again, I can't imagine RWS licensing the technology from Telelingua.
Wordfast is one of the most popular TM applications, possibly even second or
The Araya Suite was only launched recently and is still fairly unknown:
Alternatively, in German but with nice pictures of the UI:
> but I can't think that
> the technique of remote translation memory management wasn't already
> innovated before 2001?
I also find it difficult to believe.
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