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Subject: RE: [xliff] OSCAR committee
Hi Rodolfo, All,
What I would like us to do is to have a discussion on this topic and see what the TC would like to do. This could either be a new TC or if there are a lot of synergies it could be changing the charter. I think we can be supportive either way. I am also anxious that we and try to include all of the people who were involved with OSCAR and helped develop these standards. I know a lot of them are on our committee already but it would be good to have a joint meeting with them and try to come up a realistic plan for how these standards can be developed in the future.
Bryan, Could you put this on the agenda for next week.
LISA is shutting down and OSCAR work will cease as is. Before work on LISA’s standards (TMX, TBX, SRX, etc.) continues somewhere else, LISA has to release those standards to public domain. Those open standards are free to use but LISA owns copyright and trademarks.
I would like to continue working on SRX and TMX under OASIS’ umbrella, but that should happen on new TCs if ever happen.
LISA/OSCAR standards are outside our charter. However, nothing stops us from modifying the charter and adopting TMX and SRX (or clones) as complementary tools for XLIFF.