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MultilingualWeb Limerick workshop report now available

February 8, 2012

A report summarising the MultilingualWeb workshop in Limerick is now available from the MultilingualWeb site. Alongside the summaries are links to slides, video recordings, and the IRC log for each speaker and the discussion sessions.

Entitled “A Local Focus for the Multilingual Web”, the workshop surveyed and shared information about currently available best practices and standards that can help content creators and localizers address the needs of the multilingual Web. Attendees also heard about gaps that need to be addressed, and enjoyed opportunities to network and share information between the various different communities involved in enabling the multilingual Web.

This workshop also included a half-day Open Space discussion session run by Jaap van der Meer of TAUS, where attendees split into breakout groups to discuss topics of their own choosing.

You can also find links to videos, slides, etc as well as links to social media related to the event on the program page of the workshop.

Preparations have now begun for the next workshop, to be held in Luxembourg, on March 15-16. It will be hosted by the Directorate General for Translation of the European Commission. See the Call for Participation to register.

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