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HTML – from 5.1 to 5.2

There is a First Public Working Draft of HTML 5.2. There is also a Proposed Recommendation of HTML 5.1. What does that mean? What happened this year, what didn’t? And what next? First, the Proposed Recommendation. W3C develops specifications, like HTML 5.1, and when they are “done”, as agreed by the W3C, they are published […]
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Feedback Welcome: An Overview of the Provenance (PROV) family of specs

Knowing how, where, when and why content was produced is an important part of making a trustworthy web. However, it is often difficult to interchange this provenance information between systems. For example, it’s often difficult to locate or find provenance information for a web page. Even if the provenance information is located, it is often […]
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