Andrzej Zydron of XTM International looks at how individual standards can be made to work in a seamless and completely integrated way within an OAXAL framework based on extensive experience with both Open Source and commercial implementations. There has often been mention that the current Localization Standards present a confusing picture for would-be adopters. How do you make sense of W3C ITS, xml:tm, GMX/V, TMX, TBX, SRX, XLIFF and the various Unicode Technical Reports? It is, in fact sometimes stated that there are too many standards. OAXAL provides a well-defined Service Oriented Architecture reference template regarding how to implement an integrated system based completely on the above Open Standards. During this webinar, Andzrej will describe how the individual standards can be made to work in a seamless and completely integrated way within an OAXAL framework based on extensive experience with both Open Source and commercial implementations being described. OAXAL is an official OASIS Technical Committee standard.
Andrzej Zydroń has worked in IT since 1976 and has been responsible for major successful projects at Xerox, SDL, Oxford University Press, Ford of Europe, DocZone and Lingo24. He is extremely involved in a wide variety of standards projects and open standard technical committees. He is currently head of the OASIS OAXAL (Open Architecture for XML Authoring and Localization) technical committee.