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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0504ReqKeyDefinitions" by YvesSavourel

From: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2005 09:37:08 +0100
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  = Key Definitions =
  
+ When used in this document, the following terms have the meaning described here:
+ 
+ 
  ===== Internationalization =====
  
- Internationalization is the process of generalizing a product so that it can handle multiple languages and cultural conventions without the need for redesign. Internationalization takes place at the level of program design and document development. (Definition based on LISA's FAQ [http://www.lisa.org/info/faqs.html])
+ Internationalization is the process of generalizing a product so that 
+ it can handle multiple languages and cultural conventions without the 
+ need for redesign. Internationalization takes place at the level of 
+ program design and document development. (Definition based on LISA's 
+ FAQ [LISA FAQ][http://www.lisa.org/info/faqs.html])
  
  
  ===== Localization =====
  
- Localization is the process of taking a product and making it linguistically and culturally appropriate to a given target locale (country/region and language) where it will be used. (Definition based on LISA's FAQ [http://www.lisa.org/info/faqs.html])
+ Localization is the process of taking a product and making it 
+ linguistically and culturally appropriate to a given target locale 
+ (country/region and language) where it will be used. (Definition based 
+ on LISA's FAQ [LISA FAQ][http://www.lisa.org/info/faqs.html])
  
  
  ===== Schemas =====
  
- In this document the term "schema(s)" refers to any schema languages (e.g. DTD, XML Schema, RelaxNG, etc). The term "XML Schema" is used when refering to XML Schema.
+ The term schema(s) refers to any schema languages (e.g. DTD, XML Schema, etc). The term "XML Schema" is used when referring to XML Schema.
  
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