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W3C Weekly News - 15 October 2001

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 20:38:11 -0700
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                             W3C Weekly News

                   Week of 9 October - 15 October 2001

W3C Announces Patent Policy Next Steps

   13 October 2001: W3C has opened its patent policy process for
   continuing public dialog. Free software and open source authorities
   Eben Moglen and Bruce Perens are joining the Patent Policy Working
   Group (PPWG) as invited experts. The PPWG has launched a public home
   page. A second public Last Call for the "W3C Patent Policy Framework"
   is planned. W3C thanks all participants on the comments mailing list.
   Please refer to the next steps announcement from Danny Weitzner, PPWG


SOAP Version 1.2 Test Collection Published

   15 October 2001: The XML Protocol Working Group is welcoming input on
   the "SOAP Version 1.2 Test Collection." Demonstrating
   interoperability, the tests are intended to show that SOAP 1.2 meets
   its goal for conformance requirements, and that implementations exist
   for each of its features. Instructions are linked from the call for


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