Digital Publishing Interest Group
The mission of the Digital Publishing Interest Group, part of the Digital Publishing Activity, is to provide a forum for experts in the digital publishing ecosystem of electronic journals, magazines, news, or book publishing (authors, creators, publishers, news organizations, booksellers, accessibility and internationalization specialists, etc.) for technical discussions, gathering use cases and requirements to align the existing formats and technologies (e.g., for electronic books) with those used by the Open Web Platform. The goal is to ensure that the requirements of digital publishing can be answered, when in scope, by the Recommendations published by W3C. This group is not chartered to publish Recommendations; instead, the goal is to cooperate with the relevant W3C Working Groups to ensure that the requirements of this particular community are met.
- Mailing lists
- All Interest Group participants are automatically subscribed to the group's main discussion list public-digipub-ig (public archive).
- Comments from the public to the Interest Group are welcome on the public comment list public-digipub-ig-comment (public archive).
- All Interest Group participants are also automatically subscribed to the group's W3C member discussion list member-digipub-ig (public archive).
- Documents Repositories Index
- Meeting records of the Interest Group are public
- Open Issues and Open Actions can be followed through Tracker
- List of participants
- The Digital Publishing Interest Group is part of the W3C Digital Publishing Activity.
- The DPUB IG F2F during TPAC in Schenzen 11 and 12th Nov .
Important Resources on this Wiki
- August 6th 2013 at 15h00 GMT: first IG telecon meeting.
- November 2013: first face-to-face meeting, in conjunction with the W3C TPAC week in 2013.
- January 2014: draft of the technical issues relevant to other W3C Groups (see the first deliverable above), based on the results of the three W3C Digital Publishing Workshops (February 2013 in New York, June 2013 in Tokyo, and September 2013 in Paris), the planned face-to-face meeting of the Interest Group, and input provided to the Interest Group.
- July 2014: first stable set of technical issues and requirements (in the form of a W3C Interest Group Note) relevant to W3C groups (see the first deliverable above), documented by use cases, and delivered to other W3C groups. These documents may also include requirements presented to existing W3C Working Groups, and/or proposed new work requiring a new Working Group to be chartered.
- July 2014: first stable set (in the form of a W3C Interest Group Note) of a detailed overview of W3C specifications (see the second deliverable above), relevant for the Digital Publishing industry.
- November 2014: face-to-face meeting, in conjunction with the W3C TPAC week in 2014.
To get the most out of this work, participants should expect to devote several hours a week; for budgeting purposes, we recommend at least half a day a week. For chairs and document editors the commitment will be higher, say, 1-2 days a week. Participants who follow the work less closely should be aware that if they miss decisions through inattention further discussion of those issues may be ruled out of order. However, most participants follow some areas of discussion more closely than others, and the time needed to stay in good standing therefore varies from week to week.
W3C Group Resources
- Art of Consensus (guide to working at W3C) (W3C member confidential)
- World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Process Document
- All W3C Groups (W3C member confidential)
- Info on Mercurial usage
- Telco tools
Email the chairs and staff contacts at email@example.com.