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# Latest EPUBCheck 5.0.0 Preview

Latest EPUBCheck 5.0.0 preview is available! We are pleased to announce the latest preview release of the next major version of EPUBCheck, v5.0.0. For the first time, this version fully implements the new rules in EPUB 3.3 (W3C Candidate Recommendation Draft). We encourage users to effectively test this version of EPUBCheck in their production workflows […]
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Web standards makers share their thoughts on W3C TPAC 2021

An annual conference to advance standards development W3C’s annual conference is the Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee meeting, or TPAC. This event brings together a global community of more than a thousand software engineers, architects, web developers, and product teams to advance standards development on emerging web technologies. W3C group participants share their enthusiasm in […]
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Publishing WG Telco, 2018-12-10: Audiobook issues

See minutes online for a more detailed record of the discussions. The meeting fully centered around issues related to the audiobook discussion Editorial structure for WP and Audiobooks The practical issue that has to be solved is whether the audiobook represent a separate document (specification) with its own set of editors and a separate repository. […]
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Publishing WG Telco, 2018-07-09: consensus on some technical directions, scrolling and pagination

See minutes online for a more detailed record of the discussions. Review of Consensus on Technical Decisions We agreed that we would create a WP that may require a browser extension of the author/publisher to inject a script in a similar way to the scripts injected for MathJax. This builds on the concepts introduced in […]
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Vehicle Data Interfaces

Modern cars are loaded with sensors and actuators the continuously monitor the vehicle and allow control of its functions. However, all of that is essentially limited mostly to the car itself and to what the maker of the vehicle intended it to do, as there are no APIs that other systems can access. That’s a […]
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