Interview with OmegaT project manager Didier Briel
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Nov 16, 2017

Didier was interviewed by Jost Zetzsche for the ATA Chronicle:

http://www.atanet.org/chronicle-online/highlights/speaking-with-omegats-project-manager/

Zetzsche: "There are only a handful of open-source translation environment tools primarily geared toward the professional freelance translator. Without a doubt, the platform-independent OmegaT, a free open-source translation memory application, is the king of the hill."


 

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Thank you for sharing Nov 16, 2017

Susan Welsh wrote:

Didier was interviewed by Jost Zetzsche for the ATA Chronicle:

http://www.atanet.org/chronicle-online/highlights/speaking-with-omegats-project-manager/

Zetzsche: "There are only a handful of open-source translation environment tools primarily geared toward the professional freelance translator. Without a doubt, the platform-independent OmegaT, a free open-source translation memory application, is the king of the hill."



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