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W3C Weekly News - 28 January 2004

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 20:17:48 -0800
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                             W3C Weekly News

                      16 January - 28 January 2004

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DOM Level 3 Validation Is a W3C Recommendation

   The World Wide Web Consortium released "Document Object Model Level 3
   Validation" as a W3C Recommendation. DOM Level 3 Validation is a
   module that provides guidance to programs and scripts to dynamically
   update the content and the structure of documents while ensuring that
   the document remains valid, or becomes valid. Learn more about the
   DOM Activity.


XHTML-Print Is a W3C Candidate Recommendation

   W3C is pleased to announce the advancement of "XHTML-Print" to
   Candidate Recommendation. Comments are welcome through 20 July.
   XHTML-Print is designed for printing from mobile devices, low-cost
   printers and in environments without a printer-specific driver. The
   work is based on XHTML-Print written by the Printer Working Group
   (PWG), a program of the IEEE-ISTO. Visit the HTML home page.


XForms 1.1 Requirements Published

   The XForms Working Group has released "XForms 1.1 Requirements" as a
   Working Group Note. XForms is the new generation of Web forms.
   Version 1.1 has enhancements for the XForms 1.0 framework, embraces
   SOAP, and facilitates XForms authoring. Visit the XForms home page.


Parsing OWL in RDF/XML Published

   The Web Ontology Working Group has released "Parsing OWL in RDF/XML"
   as a Working Group Note. The OWL language is used to publish and
   share sets of terms called ontologies, supporting advanced Web
   search, software agents and knowledge management. This document
   describes a strategy for OWL-RDF parsers. Read about the Semantic


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