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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0601Techniques" by dianestoick

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  == Abstract ==
  
- This document provides a set of guidelines for developing XML documents that are internationalized properly. Following the best practices describes here allow both the developer of XML applications, as well as the author of XML content to create material in different languages.
+ This document provides a set of guidelines for developing XML documents that are internationalized properly. Following the best practices describes '''[[DS replace describes with described]]''' here allow both the developer of XML applications, as well as the author of XML content to create material in different languages.
  
  This document is still in an early draft stage. Feedback is especially appreciated on the general concept of ITS, the guidelines listed, and when applicable, the mechanisms defined for the selection of ITS specific information in documents and schemas.
  
  == 1. Introduction ==
  
- This document is a complement to the the ITS Specification. Not all internationalization-related issues can be solved with special markup, there are a number of problems that can be avoided by designing correctly the XML format, and by applying a few guidelines when designing and authoring documents.
+ This document is a complement to the the ITS Specification. Not all internationalization-related issues can be solved with special markup, there are a number of problems that can be avoided by designing correctly the XML format, and by applying a few guidelines when designing and authoring documents. '''[[DS Not all internationalization-related issues can be solved with special markup.  However, there are a number of problems that can be avoided by applying a few guidelines when designing and authoring XML documents.]]'''
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  === 1.1. Who should use this document ===
  
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  === 1.2. How to use this document ===
  
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  Designers and developers of XML applications should read the "When Designing an XML Application" section. It provides a list of some of the important design choices they should do in order to ensure the internationalization of their format. The techniques are usually illustrated with examples for XML Schema, RELAX NG and XML DTD.
  
  Users and authors of XML content should read the "When Authoring XML Content" section where they can find a number of guidelines on how to create content with internationalization in mind. Some of the guidelines provided there can also help when preparing documents for localization. Many of these best practices do not require the XML format used to have been developed especially for internationalization.
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+ Designers and developers of XML applications should read the "When Designing an XML Application" section. It provides a list of some of the important design choices '''[[DS they should do **change to** that should be made]]''' in order to ensure the internationalization of the format. The techniques are usually illustrated with examples for XML Schema, RELAX NG and XML DTD.
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+ Users and authors of XML content should read the "When Authoring XML Content" section'''[[DS.  This section includes a number of guidelines on how to create content with internationalization in mind.]]''' where they can find a number of guidelines on how to create content with internationalization in mind. Many of these best practices do not require the XML format used to have been developed especially for internationalization.
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  == 2. When Designing an XML schema ==
  
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