By DRSCTeam (08.08.2016)
For those interested, this year's Annual Meeting will be held in Brussels, in October 2016.
The days will be the 22nd and 23rd of that month. This event used to last three days, but, since last year, we have decided to shorten it to a single weekend, in order to fit the schedule of more people.
For those wondering why this year we're holding it a month earlier than usual, the explanation is simple: if we had held it in November it would have caused issues in our planning, due to some tight deadlines we have on various projects, ending in November 2016.
We'll talk about the meeting in detail in a future article. Please stay tuned. Remember that you can obtain more information by visiting this page or contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now, concerning our articles. Maybe some of our readers already wondered about it, or maybe nobody did, but, recently, we have questioned our own policy of releasing all articles only in English.
This is why we have decided to introduce big changes in the news section. From now on, articles will be written in the language they concern. In order to make it easier for everybody, we'll include a translation in English, meaning that all articles will still be available in English. Some people may already be lost, and, therefore, we'll take an example to explain this: earlier this month [the sixth August], we published an article where we announced that two new Guldprix had been awarded to books in French.
From our point of view, doing this makes no sense, as this article was mainly directed towards a French audience, audience that may have a limited comprehension/proficiency in English.
Therefore, future articles will be available in both the language concerned and English. Please note: this decision doesn't concern all languages. Our team is limited to a few languages, these being, for now, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German.
This means there won't be any articles (for now) in either Danish, Swedish, Norwegian or Dutch.
Sorry for any inconveniences this may provoke,