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Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2010 18:27:07 -0400
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Dear W3C Public Newsletter Subscriber,

The 2010-07-19 version of the W3C Public Newsletter is online:

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Ian Jacobs, W3C Communications Team

Last Call: Web Services SOAP Assertions (WS-SOAPAssertions)

   13 July 2010 | Archive


   The Web Services Resource Access Working Group has published a
   Last Call Working Draft of "Web Services SOAP Assertions
   (WS-SOAPAssertions)." This specification defines two WS-Policy
   assertions that can be used to advertise the requirement to use
   a certain version of SOAP in message exchanges. Comments are
   welcome through 27 August. The group also published Web
   Services Resource Transfer (WS-RT) as a Note today. That
   specification defines extensions to WS-Transfer primarily to
   provide fragment-based access to resources. Learn more about
   the Web Services Activity.


Last Call: Mobile Web Application Best Practices

   13 July 2010 | Archive


   The Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group has published a
   Last Call Working Draft of "Mobile Web Application Best
   Practices." The goal of this document is to aid the
   development of rich and dynamic mobile Web applications. It
   collects the most relevant engineering practices, promoting
   those that enable a better user experience and warning against
   those that are considered harmful. The Mobile Web Best
   Practices Working Group does not expect more substantive
   changes at this point and expects to be able to transition
   directly to Proposed Recommendation at the end of the Last Call
   review period. Last call comments welcome before Comments are
   welcome through 06 August 2010. Learn more about the Mobile Web
   Initiative Activity.


   More news: http://www.w3.org/News/archive


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       The demand for access to applications, video, and other
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       continues its expansion to support mobile devices,
       television, home appliances, in-car systems, and more
       consumer electronics. To meet the growing demand, the Web
       platform of the future will require smarter integration of
       non-PC devices with Web technology so that both hardware
       and software vendors can provide richer Web applications on
       various devices at lower costs.

W3C Blog

     * The Core Mission of W3C
       16 July 2010 by Jeff Jaffe

Upcoming Talks

     * 2010-07-19 (19 JUL)
       טכנולוגיות אינטרנט מתפתחות - אפליקציות ווב, מובייל, והווב
       by Eyal Sela
       Conference at Ministry of Defence, Government of Israel
       Center, Israel
     * 2010-07-28 (28 JUL)
       Introduction to Semantic Web and RDF
       by Ivan Herman
       RDF, Linked Data workshop at DANS
       The Hague, The Netherlands
     * 2010-08-30 (30 AUG)
       GUI Frameworks for Web Applications
       Mohamed ZERGAOUI
       SVG Open 2010
       Paris, France
     * 2010-09-01 (1 SEP)
       All Good Things Come in Threes: A Tale of Three Screens
       by Alex Danilo
       SVG Open 2010
       Paris, France
     * 2010-09-10 (10 SEP)
       Implementing WCAG 2.0
       by Michael Cooper
       Citizens With Disabilities - Ontario
       Ontario, Canada

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