Peace! Once a week we need to prepare an E-mail weekly of about three pages, edited in four languages: English, Spanish, French and Italian, each of these in two forms: HTML and 7-bit ASCII. We do have a Perl script doing most of the work, but the results need manual clean-up to make sure the HTML validates as "xhtml 4.1 transitional", all formatting information outside its style-sheet is removed and the four language editions look uniform. The text format should be pure 7-bit ASCII with CRLF line-breaks. The volunteer who does this for us will be leaving. We give him the text in MSWord. He uses Linux. In about 20 minutes an issue (8 files) he makes the text uniform in [url removed, login to view], converts it into HTML and txt, runs the script, manually cleans the copies, validates them ([url removed, login to view]), checks that all line-breaks are CRLF and packs them in a zip-file. For your information we attach a zip-file ([url removed, login to view]) with one past issue: Originals in MSWord format (4 files), results in HTML (4 files) and 7-bit ASCII txt (4 files) and the Perl scripts (2 files). To start we have a batch of five issues (20 files) ready for which our maximum budget is US$ 50,00 (fifty American dollars).
1) html files validated on site [url removed, login to view]
2) text files pure 7-bit ASCII 3) using style-sheet classes for subheads and addresses 4) including foot-notes of original text both in HTML and in text files 5) line-breaks CRLF
web-pages, html and simple text