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W3C Weekly News - 26 November 2001

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2001 18:57:52 -0800
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                             W3C Weekly News

                      20 November - 26 November 2001

EuroWeb 2001 Conference now a Free Event

   25 November 2001: Registration is still mandatory but now free of
   charge for EuroWeb 2001, the first of a new series of regional
   conferences endorsed by IW3C2. Supported by the W3C Italian Office,
   EuroWeb is to be held 18-20 December in Pisa, Italy. Representing the
   W3C Team, Steven Pemberton gives a tutorial and Yasuyuki Hirakawa and
   Tatsuya Hagino present a paper. The conference focus is "The Web in
   Public Administration." Real time translation of sessions will be


Exclusive XML Canonicalization Last Call Published

   20 November 2001: The joint IETF/W3C XML Signature Working Group has
   released the first public draft of "Exclusive XML Canonicalization"
   as a Last Call Working Draft. The specification provides a method to
   exclude ancestor context from the canonicalized form of a subset of
   an XML document. Comments are welcome through 11 December. Read about
   the XML Digital Signature Activity.


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