Abstract: Simple http2.0 fix would remove the GET size limitation. Problem example: Say you have a search form, and instead of having to pass 100 characters to the report server, you need to pass 1,000 to GET a report. Problem: … Continue reading
The collected news from all Community and Business Groups, from the W3C Forum (a general discussion forum), and announcements of new groups and publications.
For those interested in economics rhetoric and debate, some publications: Carter, Joyce L. Rhetoric, Markets, and Value Creation: Notes towards a Productive Rhetoric. In Clift, Edward M. (Ed.), How Language is used to do Business: Essays on the Rhetoric of … Continue reading
For those interested in political rhetoric and debate, the analysis of Web corpora, of forums, of the transcripts of debate societies, organizations and clubs, of the transcripts and multimedia of legislative rhetoric and debate, some publications: Ashley, Kevin D., and … Continue reading
The Linked Data for Language Technology Community Group has been launched: This group aims to consult with current and potential users of lingusitic data to assemble user cases and requirements for Language Technology Applications that use Linked Data. The results … Continue reading
The Linked Data for Language Technology Community Group has been proposed by David Lewis: This group aims to consult with current and potential users of lingusitic data to assemble user cases and requirements for Language Technology Applications that use Linked … Continue reading
Our next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time. We’ll discuss the needs identified at the SC13 BOF and plans for the coming year. Happy holidays to all!
Dear All, Due to unavailability of all co-chairs there will be no call this week, we have decided to re-start the calls with a new schedule in the beginning of 2014. This will involve a closer alignment with the new … Continue reading
Summary TPAC 2013 got under way in Shenzhen, China, this month. The RWW group didn’t have a session this year, as not too many from the group were able to travel, however, hopefully we’ll have a room in next year’s … Continue reading
EME goes forward despite consensus have been not achieved. People in the group continue to say that the lack of consensus cannot stop the work. I’ve read the policies and it indeed say so: “Dissenters cannot stop a group’s work … Continue reading
The Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (AUWG) invites implementations of the Candidate Recommendation Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) 2.0, and comments on a Working Draft of the Note Implementing ATAG 2.0. ATAG defines how authoring tools should help developers produce accessible web content … Continue reading