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Good morning Artem

On behalf of the digital team here at Turner I would like to express our appreciation for the work you did for us last week on the Gwen Dress Up and Ben Rex games, as well as for the last minute help with the ToonCup logo.

Your technical talent and the exemplary communication and organisation skills are the primary reason we choose Logrus for the majority of our localisation projects. We hope that you enjoy working with us too and we anticipate sending a few more interesting projects your way.

Thank you


Work in Context Project Wins Support from W3C

February 26, 2013

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), a major international organization with a mission to develop and implement technology standards for the Web, has published descriptions of projects implementing the ITS 2.0 (internalization tags) standard. Among them is a Logrus project that aims to create a Work in Context technology for delivering context information. It is based on the ITS 2.0 standard and uses the capabilities of the HTML5 format.

The project aims to develop the means of visualizing content-embedded metadata of the ITS 2.0 standard. This should significantly simplify and speed up the localization of such content.

Thanks to the solution being developed by Logrus, translators and editors will have access to terminology databases, client instructions, links to relevant websites, and information about terms, interface elements, and much more, as they process texts. The Work in Context technology will not require installing specialized software. Any browser will suffice to use it.

In early March, Logrus will be showcasing the first results of the project at the W3C MultilingualWeb conference in Rome.

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