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Subject: RE: [cti] RE: i18n (RE: MVP Discussion) - An Updated Proposal

Hi, Trey,

Thank you for your support.

As in my last email, I see it is pretty simple and straight-forward and 
I believe we are not so far away.
My understanding is that requirements for i18n are so intricate, complex, convoluted, 
and complicated and therefore that only simple, consistent, and coherent methods would survive.  



-----Original Message-----
From: cti@lists.oasis-open.org [mailto:cti@lists.oasis-open.org] On Behalf Of Trey Darley
Sent: Monday, April 25, 2016 5:10 PM
To: Masuoka, Ryusuke/益岡 竜介
Cc: cti@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: Re: [cti] RE: i18n (RE: MVP Discussion) - An Updated Proposal

On 22.04.2016 11:04:04, Masuoka, Ryusuke wrote:
> It may be politics and deals at the end, but I really would not make 
> it a "deal." I would like it to be based on rational arguments based 
> on requirements.
> In order to make it so, I have tried to come up with reasonable use 
> cases (including those provided by others), given serious thoughts on 
> this issue, and even tried really hard to make the change as minimal 
> as possible. I just wish STIX and/or CybOX a truly international 
> standards.

Hi, Ryu -

This discussion is obviously still in flux but I would like to take a moment to step outside of the technical context and thank you personally for the enormous amount of work you've contributed towards solving the i8n CTI problem. I think we are all with you in wanting the CTI standards to be truly international.

Given the pile of work lined up for MVP, I'm not sure that the TC would have attempted to tackle i8n just yet, but with your creativity and energy driving the discussion, I think we'll actually get there.

Thanks, Ryu! Grateful to have you as part of the community! ^_^

Trey Darley
Senior Security Engineer
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