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XSL-FO talk at 'MultilingualWeb Workshop', Luxembourg

From: Tony Graham <tgraham@mentea.net>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 18:05:13 +0100 (IST)
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To: public-ppl@w3.org
FYI, I had a 15-minute slot for a “XSL-FO meets the Tower of Babel” talk
at the MultilingualWeb workshop [2] in Luxembourg on 15 March.

The intent of my talk was to make the case for additional W3C Layout Task
Forces and/or for a Multilingual Layout Community Group at the W3C, where
any Task Force(s) could do the heavy lifting for specific languages or
scripts and any community group’s wiki could accrete information about
lesser-known traditions.  Sadly, to me at least, the only expressions of
support that I got for either idea were from Richard Ishida and Felix
Sasaki, but then they’re also the current and previous chairs of the
Japanese Layout Task Force.

A side-effect may be that I'll be put in touch with some Cambodian Joomla!
developers to find out a bit more about Khmer layout, but that's not
certain yet.



[1] http://www.mentea.net/resources.html#multilingualweb2012
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