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The first presentation describing the Next Generation Localisation scenario, based on a self-configurable, scenario independent, service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework, with distributed and component-based services that are
extensible and accessible, with
Localisation Knowledge as backbone, and a clear open source IP in place. This idea was later developed into the Service-oriented architecture solution (SOLAS) at the University of Limerick, and its IP transferred exclusively to The Rosetta Foundation which initiated an open source project for SOLAS. SOLAS now powers the Translation Commons or TROMMONS on trombones.org, the language services 'dating' site for nonmarket translation and localization.