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Subject: Re: [xliff] Propose XLIFF 3.0 Features: LISA standards as new modules

Bryan, not sure about *all* LISA standards as modules.

I think the industry consensus by now is that TMX is dead and an XLIFF Profile should be used to exchange TM.
We even decided to create a note on that. We have even requested the document from Admin in Dec 2017.
We're already capable to roundtrip TBX Basic. We're complementing TBX, XLIFF Glossary is good for roundtripping the project sepcific subset of terminology, we're not seeking to replace TBX for whole termbases exchange.
XLIFF OMOS TC is working on the normative mapping for TBX. 

We've registered a few times in Symposia a ULI request to add the capability to indicate segmentation rules or [more broadly] method used in XLIFF documents. It's a worthy 2.2 feature.

Also the TC made a promise to the community not to break the 2.0 core for decades and keep working on 2.x with new features added as modules..

I think the above covers all relevant LISA standards, so nothing that warrants a major new version IMHO and AFAIK

Cheers dF

Dr. David Filip
OASIS XLIFF TC Secretary, Editor, Liaison Officer
Spokes Research Fellow
ADAPT Centre
KDEG, Trinity College Dublin
Mobile: +420-777-218-122

On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 4:00 AM, Schnabel, Bryan S <bryan.s.schnabel@tektronix.com> wrote:



Time to consider next steps. Do we do a modest XLIFF 2.2, or a bold XLIFF 3.0? I propose XLIFF 3.0 which includes fully specifying all or most of the LISA standards as XLIFF modules.


Bam! I’m back!


- Bryan

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