[All] Use case & tools overview (Re: JavaScript ITS Implementation)

Hi Shaun, all,

this is great stuff, things a lot. As Yves said, this can help a lot to
make a tool in the browser.

All, Nieves Sande from DFKI has put the powerpoint from Prague into a wiki
structure, see


It contains links to more details. Can you please check these and add where
something is missing, e.g. links to the more detailed descriptions you
created for Prague or slides, tool downloads etc.?

Shaun, do you want to add a section for jits?

Looking at the deliverables from LT-Web
I think everything is reflected in the use cases, except:
- MT Training - Ankit or Declan, all, can you provide this?
- M4LOC - Milan, can you provide this?

To everybody: in Lyon (agenda draft will follow today) we will discuss
these use cases not again, but want to discuss implementation issues. Each
"use case" section has a subsection "More Information and Implementation
Status/Issues". Can you please *by 22 October* end of business day Europe
fill in the state of your implementation and the topics you want to discuss
in Lyon?

Note that this is an implementors topic - not about specifying features.
Lyon will give you a lot of room to move implementations forward.



2012/10/12 Shaun McCance <shaunm@gnome.org>

> Hi folks,
> I accidentally created another ITS implementation:
> https://gitorious.org/jits/pages/Home
> Jits is a JavaScript API for both HTML and XML documents. It's not
> an actual internationalization tool. It's an API you can use to make
> a tool in the browser.
> I'm not actually using it for anything real. I just wanted to see
> how hard it would be. It could be used as another check on the test
> output files, though.
> --
> Shaun

Felix Sasaki
DFKI / W3C Fellow

Received on Sunday, 14 October 2012 11:54:39 UTC