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W3C Weekly News - 10 June 2002

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 21:20:02 -0700
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                             W3C Weekly News

                          29 May - 10 June 2002

Libwww 5.4.0 Released

   10 June 2002: Libwww version 5.4.0 has been released for download
   on the Web and by FTP. Libwww is a free, highly modular client side
   Web API written in C for Unix and Windows. The new version features
   support for WebDAV protocols, RDF parser bug fixes, and updated
   auto-tool files scripts. Special thanks to Manuele Kirsch Pinheiro,
   Richard Atterer, Thurog, Wayne Davison, Peter Stamfest, Zhu Qun-Ying,
   Jens Meggers, and the members of the www-lib mailing list for their
   contributions. To carry on this work, a project coordinator, a
   documentation maintainer, and other volunteers are needed. Please
   write to the www-lib@w3.org list.


DOM Level 2 HTML Becomes a W3C Candidate Recommendation

   5 June 2002: W3C is pleased to announce the advancement of the
   "Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 HTML Specification" to Candidate
   Recommendation. Comments are welcome through 1 July. The sixth
   component of DOM Level 2, DOM2 HTML is a set of interfaces used to
   manipulate the structure and contents of HTML and XHTML documents.
   Read about the DOM Activity.


Web Service Description Usage Scenarios Published

   4 June 2002: The Web Services Description Working Group has released
   the first public Working Draft of "Web Service Description Usage
   Scenarios." The document is part of W3C development of a language used
   to describe interfaces to Web services and how to interact with them.
   Comments are welcome. Read about the Web Services Activity.


Upcoming W3C Team Talks in June

   15 June: Karl Dubost presents "Les standards Web? Ah non, jamais!"
   in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

   18 June: Judy Brewer and Wendy Chisholm present a 1/2 day tutorial,
   "Web Accessibility: Technology and Policy for an Inclusive Future,"
   at INET 2002 in Arlington, VA, near Washington, D.C., USA.

   20 June: Daniel J. Weitzner participates in the Panel on Private
   Governance: Perils and Prospects for Self-Regulation (G-2) at
   INET 2002.

   22 June: Tim Berners-Lee gives the opening keynote at the Open Group
   Web Services Conference in Boston, MA, USA.

   30 June: Vincent Quint and Irene Vatton present "MathML in e-Learning
   with Amaya" at the MathML Conference 2002 in Chicago, IL, USA.


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