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W3C Weekly News - 13 July 2004

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2004 13:41:48 -0700
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                                W3C Weekly News

                             2 July - 13 July 2004

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Call for Participation: Public Workshop on Metadata for Content Adaptation

   Position papers are due 6 September for the W3C Workshop on Metadata
   for Content Adaptation to be held in Dublin, Ireland on 12-13 October.
   Attendees will discuss how metadata can help the adaption of Web
   content to fit user needs and device characteristics, and will provide
   feedback and suggestions for future W3C work. Read about Workshops and
   Interaction at W3C.


Agenda: Workshop on Multimodal Interaction

   The agenda and list of accepted papers have been announced for the W3C
   Workshop on Multimodal Interaction to be held in Sophia Antipolis,
   France on 19-20 July. Attendees from user and research communities will
   discuss current plans, and provide feedback and suggestions for future
   multimodal work. Visit the Multimodal Interaction home page.


Full-Text Search Working Drafts Published

   Through joint efforts the XML Query and XSL Working Groups have
   released the First Public Working Draft of "XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0
   Full-Text." The "Use Cases" have been updated. The drafts define a
   language that extends XQuery and XPath to allow full-text searching of
   XML text and documents. Comments are invited. Read about the XML


Working Draft: Architecture of the World Wide Web

   Addressing a selection of Last Call issues, the W3C Technical
   Architecture Group (TAG) has released a updated Working Draft of the
   "Architecture of the World Wide Web, First Edition." The document is
   written for Web developers, implementers, content authors and
   publishers. It describes the properties that are desired of the Web and
   the design choices that have been made to achieve them. Visit the TAG
   home page.


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