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Resolutions 2007-11-05 2007-11-06 Boston Part I

By fantasai November 14, 2007 (Permalink)
Categories: resolutions

The W3C has an annual Technical Plenary, during which all its working groups have face-to-face meetings in the same place. This gives groups a chance to have joint meetings to work out cross-working-group issues. Due to the way scheduling was handled this year, we only got two days of meetings whereas we usually have three.

CSS and MathML Joint Meeting

The MathML Working Group is working on ways to display MathML with CSS. Our discussions resulted in the MathML WG posting a list of Prioritized Requests for CSS3.

CSS Validator

The CSS Validator team requested a better definition of what a valid CSS document is in Level 3 and clearer indications that REC-CSS1 and REC-CSS2 are obsoleted.

Tables

We reviewed a new version of the table width calculation algorithm document. This text will be incorporated into a new CSS3 Tables module soon.

CSS3 Multi-Col

Agreed to publish an LC draft (after vertical text issues are addressed) with an extended public comment period to invite more feedback.

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