Comments about the relevance of Open Standards, with emphasis on DITA and XLIFF.
Two open source projects for creating, merging and validating XLIFF 1.2 and 2.0 documents.
The quest for an alternative way to publish PDF from DITA lead to the creation of Conversa DITA Publisher. This article explains the reasoning behind the new development. Also published at ditatranslation.com
Avoid the most common problems related to file management and DITA. Get the basic tips for better organizing your files if you need to deal with multilingual DITA projects. Also published at ditatranslation.com
DITA is a special XML vocabulary that not all translation tools can handle. Learn the details you should keep in mind when localizing your DITA files if you want good translations. Also published at ditatranslation.com
An introduction to the advantages of translating DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture) projects using XLIFF as intermediate vocabulary
Original article contributed by Rodolfo M. Raya to the DITA Adoption TC at OASIS. The White Paper produced by the DITA Adoption TC is available in PDF format from OASIS.
XML in Localisation is a series of three articles written for IBM developerWorks between 2004 and 2005. Updated versions of those articles are listed below.
This article presents Glossary Markup Language (GlossML), an open XML vocabulary specially designed to facilitate the exchange of glossaries.