The Print and Page Layout Community Group is developing a series of open-source extensions for XSLT processors so you can run any number of iterations of your XSL-FO processor from within your XSLT transformation, which allows you to make decisions … Continue reading
There is no cost to joining a W3C Community Group, and the Print and Page Layout Community Group welcomes everybody, at all levels of expertise, who wants to join. There was a comparatively high number of survey responses from people … Continue reading
Thank you to all who took part in the survey for what the Print & Page Layout CG should do next. It produced 64 usable responses, with very different responses from members compared to non-members. There were more responses than … Continue reading
The Print and Page Layout Community Group now seeks your input on its focus and what it should do next. The survey embedded below (which is based on recent discussions) has been extended to 24 January 2014. And, of course, … Continue reading
The initial proposal to revise our group description  generated quite a bit of discussion  that is still going on in related threads . Along the way, we’ve had discussion of: Layout/styling technologies that people have used  Readability … Continue reading
It’s good to see renewed activity in the CG after a period of silence. It’s less than halfway through the month, but already this been the third most active month on the mailing list since we began. Long may it … Continue reading
The belated poll for Community Group chair… [poll id=”2″] Oddly, you’ll have to follow the ‘Polls Archive’ link in the right side-bar to see when the poll closes/closed.
Welcome to the Print & Page Layout Community Group. Now that you have a Community Group, what do you want to do with it? Add your thoughts to the Wish List.