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W3C Validator Suite
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New article: Character encodings for beginners

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FAQ-based article: What is a character encoding, and why should I care?

This article is aimed at content authors, users, and anyone who is unsure about what a character encoding is, and wants a brief summary of how it affects them.

By Richard Ishida, W3C.

Under review: UAX#29 Unicode Text Segmentation

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The i18n Core Working Group has begun reviewing this specification and will send comments if it finds any issues. If you have comments on this specification related to internationalization topics, you can send them to the i18n Interest Group list.

Update: The Working Group has now sent a list of comments.

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Categories: Spec review, Upcoming

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