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29 June 2010, 11:36

IBM releases open source version of TranslationManager/2

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IBM Logo OpenTM2 is the name IBM has given to a new open source project for its integrated TranslationManager/2 (TM/2) translation environment. The project's aim is to promote open standards like TMX in the translation and localisation industry, and to develop an open source translation platform based on such standards. To achieve this, IBM is cooperating with the Localisation Industry Standards Association (LISA), which oversees the development of the TMX specification, US localisation service Welocalize, Cisco, and the German Linux Solution Group (LiSoG).

A reference implementation of a fully open translation environment is available to integrate the OpenTM2 CAT system with the free Joomla CMS and the equally free GlobalSight translation management system by Welocalize. OpenTM2 for Windows is released under the Eclipse Public Licence and is available to download free of charge. (Alexandra Kleijn)

(Alexandra Kleijn / crve)

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