Richard Ishida
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Description

Richard joined the W3C team in July 2002 to expand the work of the Internationalization Activity. He is attached to ERCIM in France, but based in the UK. He is Internationalization Activity Lead and staff contact of the Internationalization Core Working Group. Richard has a background in translation and interpreting, computational linguistics, software engineering, and translation tools. Prior to joining the W3C, he was an internationalization consultant, evangelizing and educating people with regard to the international design and localizability of user interfaces and documents. homepage


Lectures:

debate
flag Question & Answer
as panelist at  W3C Workshop: Making the Multilingual Web Work, Rome 2013,
together with: David Filip (panelist), José Emilio Labra Gayo (panelist), Des Oates (moderator), Dominic Jones (panelist),
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  debate
flag Question & Answer for Users
as moderator at  W3C Workshop: Making the Multilingual Web Work, Rome 2013,
together with: Paula Shannon (panelist), Pat Kane (panelist), Sebastian Hellmann (panelist), Fernando Serván (panelist),
13 views
lecture
flag What’s in a Name?
as author at  W3C Workshop: Making the Multilingual Web Work, Rome 2013,
58 views
  introduction
flag Users Section Intro
as author at  W3C Workshop: Making the Multilingual Web Work, Rome 2013,
4 views
debate
flag Developers Q&A session
as author at  W3C Workshop: The Multilingual Web - the Way Ahead, Luxembourg 2012,
together with: Reinhard Schäler (moderator), Jan Anders Nelson, Tony Graham, Jirka Kosek,
15 views
  lecture
flag HTML5 i18n: A report from the front line
as author at  W3C Workshop: The Multilingual Web - the Way Ahead, Luxembourg 2012,
together with: Jirka Kosek,
216 views
introduction
flag Workshop logistics
as author at  W3C Workshop: The Multilingual Web - the Way Ahead, Luxembourg 2012,
32 views
  lecture
flag HTML5 proposed markup changes related to internationalization
as author at  W3C Workshop: Content on the Multilingual Web, Pisa 2011,
725 views