W3C home > Mailing lists > Public > w3c-translators@w3.org > April to June 2010

Re: Authorized translation of WCAG 2.0 to norwegian (bokmål)

From: Shadi Abou-Zahra <shadi@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 05 May 2010 11:28:01 +0200
Message-ID: <4BE13A21.4060208@w3.org>
To: Haakon Aspelund <Haakon.Aspelund@helsedir.no>
CC: w3c-translators@w3.org, WAI Domain <w3t-wai@w3.org>
Dear Haakon,

On behalf of the W3C and of the WAI team, I am happy to notify you, as 
the LTO, to proceed with the preparation of a Candidate Authorized 
Translation of WCAG 2.0 (http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/) into Norwegian.

As discussed offline, we are now at step 3 of the policy for Authorized 
W3C Translations, in which the LTO is expected to develop a "Candidate 
Authorized Translation (CAT)" of the entire document:
(http://www.w3.org/2005/02/TranslationPolicy.html).

Best regards,
  Shadi Abou-Zahra (in lieu of Coralie Mercier)

-- 
Shadi Abou-Zahra - http://www.w3.org/People/shadi/ |
   WAI International Program Office Activity Lead   |
  W3C Evaluation & Repair Tools Working Group Chair |



On 15.04.2010 15:03, Haakon Aspelund wrote:
> The Delta Centre wishes to be appointed LTO for the translation of WCAG 2.0 into Norwegian (bokmål).
>
> The Delta Centre is the Norwegian National Resource Centre for Participation and Accessibility for persons with disabilities. We publish guidelines for accessible websites and work with NGOs, governmental organisations, standardisation bodies, academia and private enterprises to achieve participation for all.
>
> We plan to distribute an initial translation of the Appendix A to the participating organisations, then to facilitate a workshop to discuss and enhance the translation. The remaining issues will be sorted out during a net-based cooperation, including an open hearing on net. When a consensus has been reached for the translation of Appendix A, we will repeat the procedure for the main document.
>
> To coordinate the translation work and manage the workshop, we have contracted Egil Jacobsen at Aletheia komunikasjon. www.aletheia.no/
>
> The organisations listed below, have been invited and have given their consent to participate in the process of reviewing the translation.
>
> Public sector:
> LTO: The Delta Centre
> The Norwegian directorate for Health - The Delta Centre.
> The Delta Centre is the National Resource Centre for Participation and Accessibility for persons with disabilities.
> The Delta Centre carries out developmental activities as basis for counselling and information and initiates research and development projects to compile data and develop expertise. Main activities include gathering and disseminating knowledge on what yields or prevents accessibility for persons with disabilities. The Centre co-operate with professional bodies, user organisations, research institutes and private enterprises.
>
> Web: www.helsedirektoratet.no/deltasenteret/english/the_delta_centre_28629
> Contact: Haakon Aspelund, Senior Adviser, haa@helsedir.no
>
> Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi)
> Difi works to ensure that government administration in Norway is characterised by values of excellence, efficiency, user-orientation, transparency and democracy. We aim to develop the organisation and leadership of the public sector, with coordination among public authorities and services.
>
> Web: http://www.difi.no/om-difi/about-difi
> Contact: Frank Fardal, Senior Adviser, frank.fardal@difi.no
> The Norwegian Language Council
> The Norwegian Language Council is the Norwegian government's advisory body in matters pertaining to the Norwegian language and language planning.
> Web: http://www.sprakradet.no/Toppmeny/Om-oss/English-and-other-languages/English/
> Contact: Jan Hoel, Senior Adviser, jan.hoel@sprakradet.no
>
> Private sector
> Microsoft Norway
> The Norwegian branch of the Microsoft Corporation
> Web: http://www.microsoft.com/nb/no/default.aspx
> Contact: Ole Tom Seierstad, Chief Security Advisor olef@microsoft.com
> Standards Norway (SN)
> Standards Norway (SN) is a private and independent member organisation, and is one out of three standardisation bodies in Norway. Standards Norway is responsible for standardisation activities in all areas except the electrotechnical field and the telecommunications field.
> Web: http://www.standard.no/en/About-us/Standards-Norway/
> Contact: Rudolph Brynn, Senior Adviser, RBr@standard.no
> IKT Norge (ICT Norway)
> ICT Norway is the trade organisation for the Norwegian ICT industry with more than 350 member organisations. ICT Norway works to increase the market for ICT products and services and to enhance the credibility of the ICT sector. It also promotes the use of ICT throughout Norwegian society and encourages its member companies to participate in R&D projects.
> Web:	http://www.ikt-norge.no/Engslish-infopage/
> Contact: Fredrik Syversen, director - business development, fs@ikt-norge.no
> Tingtun
> Tingtun provide consultancy services in the area of eGovernment building on the owners experience and network in this field. The services are based on an open policy, to promote participation and to deploy Open Source Software, and open standards to develop universally designed and transparent eGovernment services. Tingtun is managing the eGovMon project co-funded by the Research Council of Norway under the VERDIKT program focusing on innovation in the public sector.
> Web: www.tingtun.no/
> Contact: Mikael Snaprud, Director, mikael.snaprud@tingtun.no
>
> Academia
> Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
> The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is Norway's primary institution for educating the nation's future engineers and scientists. The university also has strong programmes in the social sciences, the arts and humanities, medicine, architecture and fine art.
> Web: http://www.ntnu.no/english
> Contact: Dag Svanæs, Professor / Head of Section, dags@idi.ntnu.no
> Gjøvik University College Faculty of Computer Science and Media Technology (IMT).
> IMT has undergraduate programmes in information technology, computer science, information security, digital media technology, media design and media management, and graduate programmes in media technology and information security. IMT has over the last years increased the research effort considerably, and the department now has a strong research community working to establish PhD programmes.
> Web: http://english.hig.no/imt
> Contact: Rune Hjelsvold, Professor, rune.hjelsvold@hig.no
> Oslo University College, Faculty of Engineering
> The Faculty of Engineering provides three-year engineering courses within the traditional technical fields such as civil engineering, computer and information technology, electrical and electronic engineering, applied chemistry and mechanical engineering.
> Web: http://www.hio.no/content/view/full/6730
> Contact: Frode Eika Sandnes, Professor, Frode-Eika.Sandnes@iu.hio.no
>
> Disability organisations.
> Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted - NABP
> Web: https://www.blindeforbundet.no/internett/english-info
> Contact: Sverre Fuglerud sverre.fuglerud@blindeforbundet.no
>
> Norwegian Federation of Organisations of Disabled People (FFO)
> Web: http://www.ffo.no/en-gb/
> Contact: Øyvind Skotland oivind.skotland@ffo.no
>
> Norwegian Association of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HLF)
> Web: http://www.hlf.no/
> Contact: Trym Helbostad. helbostad@hlf.no
>
>
> Yours sincerely
>
> Haakon Aspelund
> Senior Adviser
> The Delta Centre
> Tel.+47 810 20 050, Dir.+47 24 16 35 43
>
> Norwegian Directorate of Health
> P.O.Box 7000 St Olavs plass, N-0130 Oslo, Norway.
> www.helsedirektoratet.no
Received on Wednesday, 5 May 2010 09:28:48 UTC

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.4.0 : Friday, 17 January 2020 20:27:45 UTC