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PWG Takes Toronto

Minutes are published at https://www.w3.org/publishing/groups/publ-wg/Meetings/Minutes/2018/2018-05-30-pwg.html and https://www.w3.org/publishing/groups/publ-wg/Meetings/Minutes/2018/2018-05-31-pwg.html. The Publishing Working Group gathered in Toronto, Ontario for a 2-day face to face meeting at the Kobo office. This was Kobo’s first time hosting a working group meeting, and they did a great job. Thanks especially to Wendy Reid who organized hotel discounts, restaurant reservations, conference rooms, […]

W3C at TU Update

W3C is pleased to again be participating in TU-Automotive this year. The conference takes place in Novi, Michigan on June 6th and 7th. W3C’s Automotive Lead, Ted Guild, will be participating on two panels. The annual event covers a range of topics on the future of technology in the automotive industry including Cybersecurity, Electrification, Autonomous […]

Publishing WG Telco, 2018-04-23: Offlining, Infoset

See minutes online for a more detailed record of the discussions. Offlining Our current draft does not go into detail about offlining WP. The call focused on some of the scenarios in which offlining is most valuable and desired. From there, the conversations expanded to the other concerns around offline-enhanced experiences,  such as versioning, identification, […]

Publishing @ W3C goes to ebookcraft

For many of us who work with ebooks, the highlight of our year is ebookcraft in Toronto. ebookcraft is a two-day conference devoted to ebook production, sponsored by Booknet Canada. The fifth edition was held last week, and it was a veritable who’s who of Publishing @ W3C. Why do we love ebookcraft? It’s full […]

W3C announces antitrust guidance document

The W3C supports a community including more than 400 member organizations in developing Open Standards for the Open Web Platform. Many of these organizations are competitors in highly competitive markets. Others are researchers, consumers, and regulators. They come together in W3C Working Groups and Interest Groups to develop standards for interoperability: shared languages, formats, and APIs. The W3C Process supports this […]