News - 1999
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W3C and WAP Forum launch a formal liaison relationship to define next-generation World Wide Web specifications that support the full participation of wireless devices. "Building the Web as a universal space requires device independence," says Tim Berners-Lee, Director of W3C. "Seamless integration of wireless devices is essential."
The World Wide Web Consortium W3C has published the first public working draft for MathML 2.0, an XML application that enables authors to present mathematical expressions in Web documents, and allows machines to process math content on the Web.
The World Wide Web Consortium announces two new Recommendations - XSL Transformations (XSLT) and XML Path Language (XPath) - that will enable the transformation and styled presentation of XML documents.
P3P Working Group has issued a last call for comments on the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) specification
P3P Working Group has issued a last call for comments on the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) specification.