W3C I18n news filters and RSS feeds
Because W3C Internationalization Activity news is provided via blog posts grouped by categories you can focus in on news of particular interest to you.
You can also set up RSS feeds specific to categories.
If you would like to see additional categories, please contact Richard Ishida at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- home page: The Internationalization Activity home page carries all news items. RSS feed
- highlight: things that will be highlighted in single lines near the top of the the I18n home page. It includes information about general events and also about newly published resources of all types. It typically does not include descriptions of changes to existing documents, items for review only, translations, etc. RSS feed
- miscellaneous: various announcements and items that don't fit into the other categories. RSS feed
- planet web i18n: This page aggregates various recent blog posts and tweets about Web internationalization (i18n). Atom feed
- new draft: news about new and updated Working Draft documents, Candidate Recommendations and Proposed Recommendations with an internationalization bias, ie. documents on the Technical Recommendation or Note track as they move through their various phases. Last Call Working Drafts are assigned to this category, but also the Update category. New Recommendations or Notes are assigned to the New Resource category. RSS feed
- for review: resources (articles, FAQs, tutorials, publications, and tests) that have been made available in draft form for review, prior to formal publication. Also working drafts on the Recommendation track that enter Last Call. Comments about such items should normally be sent to email@example.com. RSS feed
- new resource: news about newly published resources, including articles, FAQs, tutorials, publications, tests, Recommendations, Notes, etc. on the W3C Internationalization site. RSS feed
- update: descriptions of changes made to resource pages (articles, FAQs, tutorials, and tests) on the W3C Internationalization site, and announcements of new Working Drafts. Of use as a reference if you want to learn about changes in a new version of a given page. May also be particularly interesting for translators who want to be informed when a document they translated has changed. RSS feed
- translation: news exclusively about new and updated translations of material on the W3C Internationalization site. This information will not usually appear on other lists. Useful for non-English speakers. For a list of available translations see the translation page. RSS feed
- feedback request: From time to time, to ensure that W3C specifications are internationalized, we need to get feedback on specific topics from people who use various languages or writing systems. These posts are not usually just pointers to other documents, but contain a problem description and questions for the public at large. They are expected to mostly center around requirements gathering. Comments should normally be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. RSS feed
- talks: blog entries indicating the location of presentation slides. This constitutes a list of all talks on the site. RSS feed
- tests: a list solely dedicated to news about I18N tests - new or updated. Good for testers who want to keep up with latest I18N developments. For a list of available tests, however, see the test page. RSS feed
See also the list of previous news.