Monthly Archives: October 2011
Talk slides: Unicode Conference
On 18th October Richard Ishida and Addison Phillips gave a talk entitled
Towards the Promised Land: Globalization Developments in Web Standards
at the Internationalization & Unicode Conference in Santa Clara, California, USA.
The talk describes what we are doing to address unsolved issues on the Web, and how you can influence the outcomes. It includes references to the latest, ongoing work in HTML5 and CSS3.
On the previous day, Richard Ishida presented his half-day tutorial
An Introduction to Writing Systems & Unicode
New translations into Arabic
مقدمة لموقع تدويل الشبكة العالمية (Getting Started with the W3C I18n site)
تعريف أطقم المحارف والترميزات (Introducing Character Sets and Encodings)
اللغة والشبكة العالمية (Language on the Web)
These articles were translated into Arabic thanks to Mohamed Fares.
RSS feed links changed
The Internationalization Activity home page has recently been ported to WordPress. This means that the URIs for the various RSS feeds have changed. You can find the new links at the page W3C I18n news filters and RSS feeds.
The current URIs will continue to work for a short while, to support the transition, but you should change as soon as possible.
URIs for category filters have also changed, as have those for search key text within posts (useful for finding the history of a particular article or document). The latter have been converted to tags.
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