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Subject: CLARIFICATION [xliff] XLIFF Face 2 Face 2003 at LISA Forum USA -Washington DC - December 8-11


The offer from LISA regarding attending free of charge only applies to the XLIFF TC meeting - attending other LISA conference events is not free of charge and the usual conference fees apply.

Apologies for the misunderstanding.


Tony Jewtushenko wrote:

LISA has generously offered us a conference room space for a face-to-face meeting at their Washington DC conference in early December.  Meeting rooms are likely available for either Sunday 7 December or Friday 12 December.  Also,  afternoon of the 10th (Wednesday) is possibly available.  The timing of the conference is excellent,  in that we should by then have concluded the OASIS Standards Review process.  It will give us an opportunity to define our work going forward (i.e.,  work on profiles,  localisation directives,  etc).

The Translation Web Services TC as well as the LISA OSCAR standards group will also be having meetings around the time of this conference.  Anyone traveling to Washington specifically for the TC F2F is invited to attend the LISA conference events free of charge.

There is also a possibility of a speaking slot available at the LISA conference.  Please indicate if you have an interest in authoring,  or co-authoring an original paper for presentation at that LISA conference (e.g.,  case study of implementing of XLIFF 1.1, or migration from XLIFF 1.0 to XLIFF 1.1, cost/benefit,  detailed systems architectures, etc.).  If you have an idea for a paper and the ability to author and present,  please get back to me quickly, since available slots are filling up very fast.

I need to get a feel for how many can attend from the TC before proceeding with the next step of planning (i.e.,  confirming room availability for specific dates,  etc.).  Please reply to me indicating your ability to attend,  and preference for day of the F2F (Sunday, Wednesday or Friday) of the proposed meeting.  

It's imperative that you get back to me as soon as possible,  even if indicating that you're not certain if you can attend.  Thanks for your attention.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Early Bird Registration: LISA Forum USA - Washington DC - December 8-11
Date: Sat, 23 Aug 2003 01:36:01 +0200
From: Michael Anobile <lisa@lisa.org>
Reply-To: lisa@lisa.org
To: tony.jewtushenko@oracle.com

The LISA Forum USA
Through best practice - Services - Language Technology and Open Standards

December 8-11, 2003  *  Washington D.C.

The Localization Industry Standards Association's 47th international conference is the GILT industry's most visible platform for language technology solutions, open standards, best practice and networking with influential buyers and service providers. 

EARLY BIRD        http://www.lisa.org/events/2003dc/registration.html
PROGRAM OVERVIEW  http://www.lisa.org/events/2003dc/index.html

The irreversible process of globalization and web-based services continue to change the way enterprises and governments do business and communicate worldwide. Internationalization, localization and translation play increasingly important roles in helping companies to reduce operating costs across countries, languages and cultures. 

Through case studies, business advisories, workgroup discussions and management seminars participants will examine today's market sectors and growth in the localization industry. 

Topics include:

* Language and Technology requirements
  - How to do business with US Government agencies
* Implementing Global Content Management Systems 
  - Getting it right the first time!
* Process Outsourcing: 
  - Developing offshore localization & partnership networks

* Maintaining Global Context - Managing content across borders
* Open standards - Moving business communications beyond the PC
* Developing global ready voice applications

* Vendor Selection 
  - Choosing the right partner and technology
* Streamlining content, coding and workflow management systems
* SME Focus - Industry Consolidation - Commoditization - Growth 
* Translation Ethics - Professionalism in the GILT community

  - Enterprise Content Management 
  - Implementing Cross-platform TM 
  - Machine Translation 

  - Localizing Graphics 
  - Localization Workflow 
  - Web services 
  - Enterprise Terminology

  - Defining Globalization Requirements           
  - Internationalization and Localization Testing 
  - Creating Multilingual Websites                
  - Automating Localization Workflow              
  - XML and Localization 
  - Managing Localization Projects

--Workgroup, advisory leaders and invited speakers include-- 
* Asian Development Bank *  Apple Computer * Canadian Translation Bureau * CNN.com * CLS Corporate Language Services * Connect Global Solutions * Department of Defense * Documentum * eBay * EMC Corporation *  FBI * Foreign Language Technology Center * Google * Hewlett-Packard * i18N Inc. * IBM  * International Monetary Fund * JD Edwards * Logitech * Microsoft * Motorola * Multilizer * Neoteny * Nokia  * NTT * NVTC * Oracle * RWS Group * SDL International * TRADOS * USA-INSCOM * XML.Intl * Welocalize * World Bank * Yahoo * 


**LISA Forum USA Exhibitor**

**LISA Forum USA Sponsors**

RWS Group * CLS Corporate Language Services * IBM * Lionbridge Technologies * 
- Notices -
Founded in 1990, LISA is the premier professional organization for the GILT (Globalization, Internationalization, Localization, and Translation) business community. With more than 400 members from the high-tech and vertical market sectors, LISA is well-known for its best practice guidelines for language technology standards and enterprise globalization. It's the organization to join when you're serious about international business. 

Please cc: lisa@lisa.org

* We apologize if you received duplicates of this announcement.
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Tony Jewtushenko					mailto:tony.jewtushenko@oracle.com
Principal Product Manager				direct tel: +353.1.8039080
ST Tools Technology Team
Oracle Corporation, Ireland

Tony Jewtushenko					mailto:tony.jewtushenko@oracle.com
Principal Product Manager				direct tel: +353.1.8039080
ST Tools Technology Team
Oracle Corporation, Ireland

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