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22 May 1998
New Release of Libwww -- v.5.1m.
Libwww Repository Now Publicly Available Via CVS.
19 May 1998
Working Draft Published: Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Syntax Specification.
18 May 1998
Working Draft Published: Namespaces in XML.
Press Release: W3C Publishes First Public Working Draft of P3P 1.0.
24 February 1998
W3C Issues MathML as a Proposed Recommendation.
10 February 1998
The World Wide Web Consortium Issues XML 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation.
3 February 1998
W3C Issues Accessibility Guidelines to Extend Benefits of the Web to a Broader Community.