About the W3C Blog
This weblog has been created for information and discussions between W3C and the Web community at large, as an informal companion to the news items on the W3C homepage. Announcements, issues on Web standards and educational materials among other topics will be published on this weblog.
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Recent Blog Comments
- Hugh Chiyambiro on Getting agreements is hard (some thoughts on Matthew Butterick’s “The Bomb in the Garden” talk at TYPO San Francisco)
- Richard Owden on Perspectives on Encrypted Media Extension Reaching First Public Working Draft
- Alan Denman on Perspectives on Encrypted Media Extension Reaching First Public Working Draft
- Paul Tinsley on Perspectives on Encrypted Media Extension Reaching First Public Working Draft
- Jeff Jaffe on Perspectives on Encrypted Media Extension Reaching First Public Working Draft
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