XLIFF OMOS Briefing: Developing a Serialization-Independent Object Model for XLIFF 2
David Filip & James Bryce Clark
Thursday, 21 January, 2016
Learn about the goals and initiatives of the OASIS XLIFF-OMOS Technical Committee (TC) at this upcoming webinar. A top priority for the TC is to design a JSON serialization of the XLIFF 2 object model that will unleash XLIFF 2, make it usable outside XML pipelines, and ready it for real time cloud services. This new initiative is designed to further advance standards based payload and metadata interoperability in the Globalization, Internationalization, Localization, and Translation (GILT) industries.
The TC is the maintainer and developer of the TMX standard and is striving to define lossless mappings between XLIFF and other related GILT standards. At this webinar, OASIS XLIFF-OMOS Technical Committee Convener, David Filip, will talk about the project. He will be joined by OASIS General Counsel, Jamie Clark, who will explain the Non-Assertion Intellectual Property Rights Mode and field any related questions.
Dr. David Filip is the Convener of the OASIS XLIFF OMOS TC. David also serves as the Liaison Officer, Secretary and Editor of OASIS XLIFF TC, XLIFF TC Liaison at Unicode Localization Interoperability (ULI) TC, Advisory Editorial Board Member for the MultiLingual Magazine, and Programme Committee Member for ASLING T&C 37. David's specialties include open standards and process metadata, workflow and metaworkflow automation. David works as a Research Fellow at the ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. He engages with industry partners of the research center in applied research projects targeting open standards based interoperability in multilingual content value chains.
James Bryce Clark
James Bryce Clark, Senior Executive and General Counsel for OASIS, advises on legal and policy matters as well as the consortium's extensive liaison efforts. He is an expert adviser on automated contracting and Internet law for the U.S. State Department. Jamie served as a US delegate to the e-commerce working group of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL); is a member of the W3C Advisory Committee, Kantara Initiative's Assurance Review Board, and OECD's Internet Technical Advisory Committee; and provides expert support to the NSTIC IDESG identity management project, US-PM-ISE's standards coordinating council for cybersecurity infosharing, and the European Commission's ICT multistakeholder panel's public sector standardization rolling plan. Jamie holds JD and BSc degrees from the University of Minnesota. He microblogs as @JamieXML on Twitter.
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