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W3C Weekly News - 2 April 2001

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2001 04:19:32 -0700
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                             W3C Weekly News

                     Week of 27 March - 2 April 2001

W3C Track at WWW10 Announced

   27 March 2001: The W3C Track for the Tenth International World Wide
   Web Conference (WWW10) in Hong Kong was announced today. W3C will
   present over thirteen and a half hours of content on 2-4 May: XML and
   Semantic Web Overviews, Foundations of Web Services, Best Practices,
   Essential UI Features, XHTML and Modularization, Delivering Device
   Independence, Presentation and Transformation, and a W3C Town
   Meeting. Please visit the W3C Track page for details.


XML Schema Proposed Recommendation Updated

   30 March 2001: The XML Schema Working Group has updated the XML
   Schema Proposed Recommendation, restoring the name 'decimal' to one
   datatype. XML schemas provide a superset of the capabilities found in
   XML document type definitions (DTDs). The specification is in three
   parts: Part 0, Part 1, and Part 2. Review comments are invited
   through 16 April. Read about the W3C XML Activity.


MIT Scheduled Power Outage Canceled

   31 March 2001: The power outage that was scheduled for Saturday,
   7 April 2001, at MIT's Laboratory for Computer Science (LCS) has been
   canceled. A design modification made in construction plans eliminated
   the need for a power shutdown.

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