Kyoto, Japan, 1 June 2011
1 June 2011 09:40-17:40
Kyoto Research Park
This Kyoto forum will be held with the hope that becoming a good opportunity for exchanging opinions
between CSS WG members and the stakeholder for Asian Text Layout.
Prior to Kyoto forum, "Text Layout for the Next Generation Web Browser Working Group" will convene the conference at Tokyo and will discuss many issues and requirements about Japanese/Asian vertical layout( Tokyo forum day : 30th May, 2011). This Tokyo forum will mainly consist of Asian stakeholders.
After that, feedback of Tokyo forum and technical discussion with CSS WG members will be made at Kyoto forum.
Tokyo forum : 30th May, 2011 (Translation service will NOT be provived)
Kyoto forum : 1st June, 2011 (Translation service from Japanese into English will be provived)
The goal of this forum is providing an opportunity to CSS community people
and let them directly talk with the CSS WG participants so that both the group participants
and community people can have better mutual understanding and greater interest in each other's work.
Also considering what kind of organization and/or mechanism would better fit updating the existing CSS specifications.
Text Layout for the Next Generation Web Browser Working Group
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
speaker : Junichi Kishigami(NTT Cyber Solutions Labs)
Future vision for the Japanese CSS layout - Web and e-publishing -
speaker : Koji Ishii(W3C CSS WG Editor) [slides], Nat McCully(Adobe Systems Inc.) [slides]
speaker : Masaki Yamabe(Alliance Port, LLC)
Luncheon(tables will be divided on each topics)
All participants can attend for free.
Speech about e-publishing business from Japanese UE vendor
speaker : Keitaro Hanada(Sharp Corporation) [slides]
Feedback of Tokyo forum about standardization issues regarding with e-books and characters
speaker : Taichi Kawabata(NTT) [slides]
Feedback of Tokyo forum about Japanese vertical layout issues regarding with Web designing
speaker : Kazuyuki Ashimura(W3C/Keio)
speaker : Koji Ishii(W3C CSS WG Editor)
The forum will be mainly conducted in Japanese. Translation service from Japanese into English will be provided.
Room2 Conference Room, 2F, Building 4, West Area
Room’s cap. is approximately 100 people
|Luncheon||Atrium Open Space, 1F, Building 1, East Area|
These sites are Japanese version only.
Informal / Casual
Please register for the meeting by sending e-mail to email@example.com
The subject of registration mail must be REGISTER_KYOTO.
Registration will be closed when we have full participants.
Kyoto Research Park
UTC + 9 hours, no summer time
Kansai International Airport (KIX) is suggested as the most convenient airport for participants from outside Japan.
See also: Access to Kyoto and KRP
Flights from airports in the Tokyo area, including Narita and Haneda, arrive at ITM about once an hour. From ITM, take a limousine bus or shuttle taxi, which takes 55 minutes to Kyoto Station.
100V, 60Hz. The power plug has two flat, parallel blades, usually ungrounded only.
WiFi will be provided.
|Hotel Granvia Kyoto||11,000~|
|Kyoto Century Hotel||5,200~|
|Hotel New Hankyu Kyoto||9,000~|
|Hotel Hokke Club Kyoto||7,350~|
|APA Hotel Kyoto Ekimae||6,000~|
|APA Hotel Kyoto Eki Horikawadori||5,500~|
|Rihga Royal Hotel, Kyoto||7,000~|
|New Miyako Hotel, Kyoto||7,800~|
|Kyoto Tokyu Hotel||6,700~|
|ANA Hotel Kyoto||13,700~|
|Hyatt Regency Kyoto||12,000~|
|Kyoto Ryokan Heianbo||5,500~|
|Kagariya Guest House||2,500~|
|nine hours(capsule hotel)||400/1h~|
Note: These are the minimum single room/single person rates which could be quickly checked on the web.
Before you make reservation, please contact each hotel and ask for details.
Reference Information: The 91st MPEG Kyoto Meeting