Language Maps [was RE: [uf-discuss] Microformats vs XML]
karl at w3.org
Mon May 1 15:27:28 PDT 2006
Le 06-05-02 à 03:24, Ryan King a écrit :
> Internationalization in protocols and formats is a big problem.
> Much bigger than microformats. Maybe we'll be able to advance
> things in microformats, even if only a little.
> I'm curious– has anyone here had experience with Internationalizing
> a data format or communication protocol?
Indeed. The only very simple way I see to handle this is at authoring
tool level. If we were making a pile on how XML markup languages are
organized, there will be for layers, with the fundamental one at the
bottom, what I would call the base.
value of attributes
The only experience I have had so far with a "localized" language is
AppleScript. I'll try to find a reference.
Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
W3C Conformance Manager, QA Activity Lead
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