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The Digital Publishing Interest Group has been rechartered

The Digital Publishing Interest Group’s charter has been renewed as of the 1st of September, 2015. The new charter follows the footsteps of the previous charter insofar as building bridges between the technical needs of the Digital Publishing Community and the development of the Open Web Platform. Furthermore, the new charter also adopts, as a […]
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Planning the future of the Digital Publishing Interest Group

Time flies… it has almost been two years since the Digital Publishing Interest Group started its work. Lot has happened in those two years; the group has published a report on the Annotation Use Cases (which contributed to the establishment of a separate Web Annotation Working Group); has conducted a series of interviews (and published […]
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DPUB IG Telco, 2015-06-15: Charter renewal update, CSS Needs

See minutes online for a more detailed record of the discussions. Charter renewal update The proposed draft charter of the Interest Group has been sent to the Advisory Committee members for an informal discussion before a formal vote. The W3C Team has already started to explicitly reach out to persons in various communities for comments; […]
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Draft charter for an annotation group at W3C

W3C has published a draft charter for a possible Annotation Working Group. The mission of the Group, which may be proposed to be added to the Digital Publishing Activity, is to define a generic data model for annotations, and define the basic infrastructural elements to make it deployable in browsers and reading systems. The goal […]
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