[Crm-sig] CRM translation working group

Vincent Alamercery vincent.alamercery at ens-lyon.fr
Tue Mar 9 16:41:35 EET 2021


Hi,

I am interested in participating.

Best,

Vincent.

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Le 09/03/2021 à 15:13, Philippe Michon via Crm-sig a écrit :
>
> Hi, I am delighted to see so much enthusiasm for the translation 
> working group following yesterday's discussion.
>
> Since some people who would like to collaborate on the initiative may 
> not have been with us yesterday, I would like to quickly introduce the 
> topic again here.
>
> The official version 7.1 was released last week and will be the basis 
> for submission to ISO. As such, the CRM SIG invites the community to 
> contribute to the creation or update of the translations of the model 
> documentation.
>
> In order to ensure efficient and quality translations, the CRM SIG 
> believes that it is important to define clear guidelines and 
> protocols. To do this, it was decided to set up a committee to reflect 
> on and propose a first version of this documentation. Yesterday's 
> discussion stems from the proposal made by George Bruseker 
> (http://www.cidoc-crm.org/Issue/ID-58-how-to-organize-the-translation-of-the-model 
> <http://www.cidoc-crm.org/Issue/ID-58-how-to-organize-the-translation-of-the-model>).
>
> It was also proposed that the committee focus, in particular, but not 
> exclusively, on the following aspects:
>
> 1. Content Guidelines
>
> 2. Interoperability Standard and Versioning Tools
>
> 3. Communication and Validation Protocols
>
> If you are interested in participating in this initiative, do not 
> hesitate to express your interest here before March 19th. Then we 
> could schedule a meeting somewhere in April.
>
> Thank you all for your interest, Philippe
>
>

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