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Subject: Re: [xliff] Adding inline terminology information to XLIFF

Hi John,

Thanks for your comments. Mine and Kara's requirements are very similar. I 
remember Kara raising the issue in Washington. For me Yves solution would work 
without any problems.

My trans-units are already at a sentence level of granularity. For unmatched 
trans-units (where there are no update or leveraged matches) I do a part of 
speech analysis and identify noun phrases in order to look up target language 
terminology so that I can provide the translator with approved terminology. This 
improves the quality of the translated material considerably and makes the 
translator's job much easier.

Best Regards,


John Reid wrote:
> In our face-to-face, Kara Warburton raised a similar issue regarding the 
> overloading of <mrk> 
> (http://www.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/200312/msg00015.html).  She 
> pointed out that TBX could not be embedded there because of the lack of 
> support for extensions within those elements. She suggested that there 
> be both a <mrk> and <term> element within <source> and <target>. 
> Andrzej's proposal is in line with those suggestions.
> Maybe allowing extensions within the <source> and <target> would 
> overcome this issue as well as some others we are grappling with. 
> What do you think? Do you recall our argument against allowing 
> extensions within those elements?
> Regards,
> john


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