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[ACTION-75]: Post mandate between XLIFF TC and MLW-LT to public list

From: Dr. David Filip <David.Filip@ul.ie>
Date: Thu, 3 May 2012 18:39:37 +0100
Message-ID: <CANw5LKme+phfAkMagdO8HReJA2atgcLfpj=NXyCPXBYFc8n2=g@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-multilingualweb-lt@w3.org
Hi all, this is the exact wording of a ballot that was approved by XLIFF TC
with vast majority in an online TC meeting two weeks ago..
Arle Lommel was appointed as OASIS XLIFF TC liaison in W3C MLW-LT with the
mandate as described below:

Dear all,
Hereby I propose to create a formal liaison with MultilingualWeb-LT and
nominate Arle Lommel to serve as the first XLIFF TC liaison on
MultilingualWeb-LT. The common interest of the groups has been described in
previous messages.(details of the proposal are below in this message).

I am looking for a second.

Best regards
dF





This is a concise mandate for the liason (to be used in an electronic
ballot if seconded)

*Scope (work on and facilitation of the following):*

   1. XLIFF TC providing business requirements to MultilingualWeb-LT, so
   that semantic match between the standards is secured early on.
   2. Optionally, representation of  MultilingualWeb-LT metadata using XLIFF
    1.2
      1. Having a "profile" or mutual understanding on the best practice
   3. Most importantly, both groups should strive to have native
   representation of  MultilingualWeb-LT metadata categories in XLIFF 2.0

*Responsibilities:*

**

The liaison will report to the P&L SC, which in turn reports at least
monthly to XLIFF TC.****

The main duties of the liaison at MultilingualWeb-LT shall be:****

1) Ensure that XLIFF TC viewpoint (localization roundtrip) is well
represented during the requirements gathering. ****

2) Follow up on queries and issues logged by XLIFF TC and its members to
ensure that they are well addressed according to W3C WG process throughout
draft, test suit, till final recommendation.****

3) Identify and promote opportunities for common non-normative best
practice notes.

Dr. David Filip
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University of Limerick, Ireland
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