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Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Updated article: Changing an HTML page to Unicode

The article was edited to make it easier for non-experts to follow. An example of an encoding declaration was added, and a form to check for HTTP headers, but most of the text was also reworked.

See the updated article.

Publication of the final OntoLex specification: lexicon model for ontologies (lemon)

The OntoLex community group is proud to announce the publication of the final specification of lemon, the lexicon model for ontologies. The aim of lemon is to provide rich linguistic grounding for ontologies, including the representation of morphological and syntactic properties of lexical entries and the meaning of these lexical entries with respect to an ontology or vocabulary. Lemon allows to publish lexica or terminological data on the web as linked data.
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For review: Ruby Markup

A draft of a new article, Ruby Markup is out for wide review. We are looking for comments by 5 May.

The article describes how to mark up HTML for ruby support. (It will later be followed by a similar article describing how to style ruby.)

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.)

Updated Working Group Note: Unicode in XML and other Markup Languages

The WG Note, Unicode in XML and other Markup Languages has been republished with a note at the beginning which explains the following:

  • the document is now owned solely by W3C, rather than a joint production between W3C and the Unicode Consortium
  • the current version of the document is out-of-date, and should be used with care
  • a new version is in preparation.

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