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Monthly Archives: February 2016

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Updated article: What is ruby?

The article was completely rewritten in order to bring it up to date and to provide additional information about ruby, especially the various ruby types identified in the Japanese Layout Requirements document. A quick answer was added and the images were redrawn.

See the updated article.

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Categories: Update, w3cWebDesign

Updated article: Bidi space loss

The following changes were made:

  • intended audience corrected
  • examples changed
  • heading structure changed
  • some reordering of sections
  • updated text from CSS spec (from Text module now)
  • further reading updated
  • general editorial improvements to remaining text

See the updated article.

See the github commit diffs.

Categories: Update, w3cWebDesign

Updated article: Who uses Unicode?

This article was completely rewritten to bring it up to date and to reflect the widespread adoption of Unicode on the Web and elsewhere.

Translators should note that links to the following translations have been removed: German, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Ukrainian. If you want to update a translation or provide a new translation, please contact us for the new source text.

For review: What is Ruby?

A new article, What is Ruby? is out for wide review. We are looking for comments by 10 February.

This new article will replace an older page, simply called Ruby, with more complete and up to date information. Other articles in preparation will address how to use markup and styling in HTML and CSS.

Please send any comments as github issues by clicking on the link “Leave a comment” at the bottom of the article. (This will add some useful information to your comment.) You may find that some links in the article won’t work, because this is a copy of the article which will eventually be published on the W3C site. There is no need to report those.

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Putting Linguistic Linked Data Standards in Action: Webinar on the FREME Framework

FREME is a project that is developing a Framework for multilingual and semantic enrichment of digital content. A key aspect of the framework is that it puts standards and best practices in the area of linguistic linked data and multilingual content processing in action. We will introduce the framework in a dedicated webinar on 22 February, 4 p.m. CET. If you are interested in participating please contact Nieves Sande and Felix Sasaki for further logistics.


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