[Gtranslator-devel] [Fwd: [L4T] Fwd: [TMX Implementation] OSCAR Technical Session on Standards - Invitation]

Hi guys,

re-forwarding this to spread the word. It was forwarded by Carsten Kuckuck to the linuxfortranslators yahoogroups com list, and I thought there might be some more people interested in this.

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Thought you might be interested in this.

Dies ist eine weitergeleitete Nachricht
Von    : Kara Warburton <KARA CA IBM COM>
An     : tmx_imp lists lisa-open org, tmx_wg lists lisa-open org,   tbx_wg lists lisa-open org, tbx_imp lists lisa-open org,   segmentation_wg lists lisa-open org, oscar_public lists lisa-open org
Datum  : Mittwoch, 8. Oktober 2003, 19:29
Betreff: [TMX Implementation] OSCAR Technical Session on Standards - Invitation

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The LISA OSCAR standards committee (http://www.lisa.org/oscar) is seeking
"translation memory stakeholders" to provide industry-based feedback and
input on TMX and related standards issues such as segmentation. We posted
an invitation in the OSCAR TMX bulletin board
(http://www.lisa.org/sigs/phpBB/viewforum.php?forum=13&36). If you have
direct experience developing or using translation memories and you would be
in a position to participate in this activity, please send me an e-mail.

OSCAR would also like to invite TM stakeholders to participate in a 1/2 day
face-to-face technical meeting on TMX on December 11, 2003 (morning), in
Washington DC, during the LISA USA forum
(http://www.lisa.org/events/2003dc/).  This meeting is open to anyone
interested in TMX and translation memory re-usability issues. There is no
cost for the meeting itself, however we would encourage you to consider
registering for the LISA forum so that you can attend the entire conference

Details of the agenda are still being finalized and will be forwarded
shortly, however,the session will include presentations on the Translation
Memory Exchange (TMX) standard (http://www.lisa.org/tmx/) including new
standards for documenting segmentation
rules(http://www.lisa.org/oscar/seg/), and the TermBase Exchange (TBX)
format (
http://www.lisa.org/tbx/).  This is intended to be a feedback session for
implementers and users of these formats, so there will be opportunities for
open discussion.

Attending the meeting in Washington will be your best way to interactively
participate in the discussion, however, we are also attempting to set up a
conference call line so that people who cannot be present may participate
by telephone.

If you would like to attend this session, we are requesting that you
register by sending me a return e-mail (as soon as possible so that we can
finalize room booking):
--> include your contact coordinates (phone, etc.)
--> indicate in your note whether you will attend in person, or would like
to use the call-in option if it is available
--> indicate if you would like to stay after the meeting for a catered

Also, if you know of any other industry representatives who may be
interested, please let me know so that I may contact them.

OSCAR is looking forward to having this dialog with our industry contacts.

Thank you.

Kara Warburton
OSCAR Secretary
e-mail: kara ca ibm com
Phone: 905-413-2170

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