MULTILINGUALWEB

Standards and best practices for the Multilingual Web

News

  • W3C MultilingualWeb Workshop Announced: 29 April 2015, Riga, Latvia: W3C announced today the 8th MultilingualW... http://t.co/ZmNg3kga3q
    2014-12-18 10:36:01 UTC
  • First Public Working Draft of Indic Layout Requirements published: The W3C Internationalization Working Group ... http://t.co/BU0A3TieoI
    2014-12-16 17:32:59 UTC
  • Final report for Chinese Layout Requirements Workshop available: The final report for the Workshop on Chinese ... http://t.co/4tgtaLPKfN
    2014-12-02 17:19:08 UTC
  • Encoding is a Candidate Recommendation: The Encoding specification has been published as a Candidate Recommend... http://t.co/Y9MtEaTGSc
    2014-09-17 17:06:42 UTC
  • Predefined Counter Styles Draft Published: The W3C i18n Working Group has published a new Working Draft of Pre... http://t.co/lWUIc2aa7Z
    2014-08-21 17:04:50 UTC
  • Industry speakers lined up to discuss use cases and requirements for linked data and content analytics: The ag... http://t.co/RKFWH5r9tC
    2014-08-13 15:51:13 UTC
  • XLIFF 2.0 becomes OASIS standard: The XML Localization Interchange File Format (XLIFF) version 2.0 has been ap... http://t.co/9gnhRG5VUI
    2014-08-08 10:40:05 UTC
  • Report available for W3C MultilingualWeb workshop in Madrid: A report summarizing the MultilingualWeb workshop... http://t.co/ur3gUtJYdo
    2014-08-06 15:18:37 UTC
  • Character Model for the World Wide Web: String Matching and Searching Draft Published: This document builds up... http://t.co/hswkQhLzAK
    2014-07-16 17:23:05 UTC
  • Announcing The Unicode Standard, Version 7.0: Version 7.0 of the Unicode Standard is now available, adding 2,8... http://t.co/GT8sJLmhNL
    2014-06-17 09:22:23 UTC

Events

W3C Workshop
Data, content and services for the Multilingual Web

29 April 2015, Riga, Latvia

New! Call for participation


2014 Madrid Workshop

Workshop Report
Slides, IRC notes, Video, & Social media links


See reports, slides, video clips, blogs, photos, CFP, etc. for past workshops

i18n Checker Tool

Get information about your web pages and check them for internationalization issues using the i18n Checker.

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Project funding

The LIDER project is funded by the European Commission through the FP7 Grant Agreement No. 610782.

The MultilingualWeb-LT project is funded by the European Commission through the FP7 Grant Agreement No. 287815 (project name LT-Web).

The MultilingualWeb project, April 2010-March 2012, was funded by the European Commission through the ICT PSP Grant Agreement No. 250500, and as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme.

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