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RE: advice please

From: Suzanne M. Topping <stopping@bizwonk.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2002 15:07:19 -0400
Message-ID: <427F53DA8F48E9498ADF0F868763F88C028D2A@wonkserver1.bizwonk.com>
To: <www-international@frink.w3.org>

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Craig Stewart [mailto:Craig.Stewart@nottingham.ac.uk]
> I've just started a phd which is concerned with the i18n and l10n
> aspects of developing an adaptive web based educational system. The
> system itself uses an XML infrastructure informed by a user model
> (stored in MySQL), the entire thing is adapted for delivery at the
> server side using the Apache::Cocoon framework.

Related to this question, the following notice just came through on
another list.  More suggestions in a separate note.

-----Original Message-----
From: Localization Institute [mailto:news@localizationinstitute.com]
Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 2:12 PM
To: Suzanne M. Topping
Subject: XML and Localization Seminar in Boston

XML and Localization 

17 June 2002 Boston, MA

Presenter: Yves Savourel
Cost: $795 reduced rates available for more than 1 registration

The seminar will look at XML from the localization viewpoint: as a
used more and more to store translatable material, as well as a format
localizers can take advantage of to improve their processes. The seminar
will provide an overview of the basic facets of XML and its related
technologies, underlining the internationalization aspects. It will
guidelines to create XML vocabularies and to author XML documents with
localization in mind. It will illustrate how to implement re-usability,
localization directives, as well as various some of the other advantages
XML can offer. Localizing XML documents and interfaces will be covered
looking at the various current solutions, addressing some of their
implementation issues and examining how to take advantage of
interoperability to create alternate efficient processes. The class will
also delve into the different existing localization-related formats, it
will look more especially at XLIFF and how to take advantage of it. All
parts of the seminar will be illustrated by many concrete examples, and
some hand-on exercises.


*	XML Basics (Definitions, elements, attributes, entities, etc.) 
*	Character Representation (Encoding, non-ASCII tags, NCRs, URIs,
*	XML and Presentation (Localization with CSS Style sheets, XSL
*	Creating XML Vocabularies for Localization (Localization
when creating XML DTDs or XML Schemas) 
*	Developing XML Documents for Localization (Localization
when authoring XML documents, localization directives, etc.) 
*	XML and Databases (Relationships between XML and databases from
viewpoint of localization) 
*	Taking Advantage of XML (Re-use vs. re-cycling, multilingual
links, etc.) 
*	Translating XML Documents (XML-enabled tools brief overview,
solutions for translating XML files, use of XSL for preparation, etc.) 
*	XML Standard Localization Formats (Overview of XML formats
related to
localization: TMX, OpenTag, XLIFF, TBX, etc.) 
*	Using XLIFF (Concrete examples of how to use XLIFF with various
format, for example Photoshop and Flash). 

For registration information, and other details, 
please visit the Localization Institute's website at 

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