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By: Ada Rose Cannon
W3C will be holding a Workshop in Paris, Publishing and the Open Web Platform in September of this year, 2013.
By: Henry Thompson
In this posting, my intention is to provide a concise statement of an idea which is neither particularly new nor particularly mine, but which needs a place that can be referenced in the context of the current debate about distributed extensibility and HTML5. It's a very simple proposal to provide an out-of-band, defaultable, document-scoped means to declare namespace prefix bindings.
By: J. Alan Bird
Language resources are needed by many people and tools: language teachers use computers to store example sentences, present grammars patterns, help learners to find mistakes etc. machine translation tools use word classes, grammar and other information, or large sets...
By: Dan Connolly
The W3C web server is spending most of its time serving DTDs to various bits of XML processing software. While XSLT processors such as xsltproc and Xalan have no technical dependency on the XHTML DTDs, I suspect they're used with XHTML enough that shipping copies of the DTDs along with the XSLT processing software is a win all around.