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W3C and Digital Publishing

The publishing world in general is undergoing major changes these days due to the presence of Web technologies. People are using electronic book readers more and more. “Citizen journalism” through blogs offers new possibilities to express people’s opinion, thereby also...
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Ben Schwarz joins CSSWG

The better part of a year ago I decided to make a bookmarklet that improved the display of W3C specifications. To my surprise and delight people took notice, including some of my heros. Fast forward 8 months, I released "HTML5...
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Open Web Platform Weekly Summary – 2011-02-28 – 2011-03-06

We are starting this week a weekly summary about the Open Web Platform. The intent is to give an overview of the discussions, proposals, decisions which have happened during the last week around the Open Web Platform with a focus on HTML5. This weekly summary covers events in multiple W3C groups, and some outside events as well. Feel free to chime in the comments and add information or ask for more details. This is an experiment; please send feedback to Karl Dubost or here in the comments.
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CSS WG specs

Some of you have noticed that some specs in the CSS Working Group (Selectors for instance) remain in Proposed Recommendation status and don't move to REC even if it seems there is no blocker. That is and will be the...
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