We, W3C Member Vivliostyle, hereby submit to the Consortium the following report, comprising the following document attached hereto:
We request the Submission be known as the Current Status of Japanese Web Typography Submission.
In this document, we study whether or not CSS and HTML are sufficient for the layout of paginated documents in Japan. Specifically, we study requirements in two documents: W3C JLREQ and EPUB3 Petition of Japanese typesetting from EBPAJ. We show which requirement is covered by which CSS specification and supported by major browsers. We conclude that CSS as of now is quite good for Japanese paginated documents and that it will become even better if a few more modules (most notably Paged Media) are fully developed and implemented.
Vivliostyle hereby grants to the W3C a perpetual, nonexclusive, royalty-free, world-wide right and license under any copyrights on this contribution, to copy, publish and distribute the contribution under the W3C document licenses.
The Submission request or Submission refers to the following trade and service marks (registered or not): (Vivliostyle).
The submitter agrees to offer licenses according to the W3C Royalty-Free licensing requirements described in section 5 of the 5 February 2004 W3C Patent Policy for any portion of the Submission that is subsequently incorporated in a W3C Recommendation.
Additionally, all co-authors claim to have no personal knowledge of any IPR claims held by their respective organizations regarding this submission.
We suggest that the Consortium hold a workshop to discuss the submission immediately before the Tokyo F2F meeting of the CSS WG in 2017.
To help with this work, we expect to be able to participate in the proposed workshop and relevant working groups.
Inquiries from the public or press about this Submission should be directed to: Vivliostyle.
this (2nd day of January, 2017),
Vivliostyle (AC rep: Florian Rivoal)