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Subject: Re: [xliff] Introducing a new XLIFF TC member...

Thank you for the introduction Tony and hello TC members!

As the adoption of open source continues to accelerate the need for it to 
integrate with more traditional localisation models increases.  Importantly I 
believe the great work of the XLIFF TC represents considerable R&D in the 
field of defining a file format to support the localisation workflow.

My goal is to bring the value propostion of XLIFF to the open source community 
and by promoting its adoption and increasing implementations, contribute to 
the future development of this critical standard.

Kind regards,

On Thu, 4 Nov 2004 07:51, Tony Jewtushenko wrote:
> I'm very pleased to announce a new prospective member has joined the
> XLIFF TC:  Paul Gampe -- Director of Engineering - Asia Pacific.  A few
> words to introduce you to Paul and his background:
>     As Director of Engineering for Red Hat Asia-Pacific, Paul Gampe
>     manages the development and software localization teams that deliver
>     native language products and services for Red Hat. Paul has managed
>     the engineering team that, over the last few years, has added
>     Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and
>     Brazillian Portuguese language support to Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
>     Prior to Red Hat, Gampe served as tech operations manager for APNIC,
>     one of the three worldwide registries that govern the distribution
>     of Internet resources (such as IP addresses). As tech operations
>     manager, Gampe oversaw the redeployment and expansion of the
>     Asia-wide registry infrastructure. Gampe joined APNIC in 1997 after
>     serving as General Manager of TWICS, the first public ISP based in
>     Japan. Gampe is Vice-Chair of the Open Internationalization Steering
>     Committee (http://www.openi18n.org), prior chair of the special
>     interest group on DNS for APNIC (http://www.apnic.net). Gampe
>     received his Bachelor of Information Technology degree from the
>     University of Queensland and holds a diploma of audio engineering
>     from SAE
>     Red Hat, the world's leading open source and Linux provider, is
>     headquartered  in Raleigh, NC with satellite offices spanning the
>     globe. Red Hat is leading Linux and open source solutions into the
>     mainstream by making high quality, low cost technology accessible.
>     Red Hat provides operating system software along with middleware,
>     applications and management solutions. Red Hat also offers support,
>     training and consulting services to its customers worldwide and
>     through top-tier partnerships.  Red Hat's Open Source strategy
>     offers customers a long term plan for building infrastructures that
>     are based on and leverage open source technologies with focus on
>     security and ease of management.  Learn more: http://www.redhat.com
> I'm delighted the XLIFF TC will benefit of Paul's extensive expertise in
> order to define and address the challenges involved with localising Open
> Source software and related content.  Open Source is an important market
> segment that we've had little contact with to date,  but one that has
> the potential to dramatically expand XLIFF's visibility and adoption
> throughout the entire industry.
> Please join me in welcoming Paul to the XLIFF TC.
> Regards,
> Tony

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