First Public Working Drafts: Web Publications, Packaged Web Publications, and Web Annotation Extensions for Web Publications
The W3C Publishing Working Group has published three First Public Working Drafts today.
- The Web Publications defines a collection of information that describes the structure of Web Publications such that user agents can provide user experiences well-suited to reading publications, such as sequential navigation and offline reading. This information set includes the default reading order, a list of resources, and publication-wide metadata.
- The Packaged Web Publications defines a packaging format for combining the resources of a Web Publication [wpub] into a single portable file.
- The Web Annotation Extensions for Web Publications extends the foundational model that has been developed in the Web Annotation Model Recommendation by adding selector types applicable to collective resources and a new model component for describing positions in text and byte streams.