The 4th XLIFF Symposium will take place on June 11-12 2013, in London, UK,
and it will be BIG due to its official collocation with Localization World, London 2013!
This year, the traditionally successful XLIFF Symposium will be for the second time integrated as a Track in FEISGILTT, a new Federated Event dedicated to Interoperability Standardization in Globalization, Internationalization, Localization, and Translation Technologies. FEISGILT and hence XLIFF Symposium are collocated with the leading industry conference in the Localization space, Localization World.
Call For Papers is out; please propose presentations, demos, papers, posters etc. through EasyChair!
Registration for both days of the Symposium (and FEISGILTT) will open along with LocWorld, stay tuned.
The Symposium builds on success of the 1st and 2nd XLIFF Symposia which were both held in Europe, 1st as LRC XV preconference, and the 2nd as TM Europe 2011 preconference.
We have introduced the following active participation formats:
- Academic Paper
- Interoperability Showcase (demo)
- Case Study
- Panel Discussion
See detailed submission requirements.
We would welcome proposals pertaining but not limited to the following topics::
- Experimental implementations of XLIFF 2.0
- Transitioning from XLIFF 1.x to 2.0
- Interoperability with other standards
- Proposals of XLIFF 2.0 modules
- Feedback to XLIFF 2.0 core and modules in the making
- Profiling of XLIFF 1.2
- Profiling of XLIFF 2.0
- XLIFF and localization process management
- XLIFF and management of memory and terminology matches
- [Other (please describe within your abstract)]
If you are interested in the above topics and have knowledge and experience to share with your peers, potential clients, suppliers, and other industry experts, please save the dates and submit a proposal for active participation at the 3rd XLIFF Symposium.
Please submit your proposals here:
There is only one public link for the whole FEISGILTT conference. For XLIFF Symposium, please choose the ‘3rd International XLIFF Symposium Track’.
All submissions will be peer reviewed and proceedings will be published.
The deadline for submitting proposals is April 5, 2013 and we shall be contacting potential speakers and panellists by the end of April 2013. Call for papers is now open.
The Program Committee (Scientific Committee) for the 3rd XLIFF Symposium:
Bryan Schnabel (XLIFF TC Chair, Tektronix)
David Filip (CNGL, Localisation Research Centre)
Jesús Torres del Rey (University of Salamanca)
Joachim Schurig (Lionbridge)
Lucía Morado Vázquez (CNGL, Localisation Research Centre)
Peter Reynolds (TM Europe, Kilgray)
For information on the conference, please visit http://www.localizationworld.com/lwlon2013/feisgiltt/, and for information on the XLIFF technical committee and standard please visit http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=xliff.
We look forward to seeing you in London.
David Filip and Bryan Schnabel