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W3C Public Newsletter, 2012-11-19

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Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 17:28:14 -0500
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Dear W3C Public Newsletter Subscriber,

The 2012-11-19 version of the W3C Public Newsletter is online:
  http://www.w3.org/News/Public/pnews-20121119

A simplified plain text version is available below.

Ian Jacobs, W3C Communications Team

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W3C Invites Implementations of Content Security Policy 1.0

   15 November 2012 | Archive

   http://www.w3.org/News/2012#entry-9633

   The Web Application Security Working Group invites
   implementation of the Candidate Recommendation of "Content
   Security Policy 1.0." This document defines a policy language
   used to declare a set of content restrictions for a web
   resource, and a mechanism for transmitting the policy from a
   server to a client where the policy is enforced. Learn more
   about the Security Activity.

   http://www.w3.org/2011/webappsec/
   http://www.w3.org/TR/2012/CR-CSP-20121115/
   http://www.w3.org/Security/

CSS Writing Modes Module Level 3, CSS Masking Drafts Published

   15 November 2012 | Archive

   http://www.w3.org/News/2012#entry-9632

   The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Working Group has published a
   Working Draft of "CSS Writing Modes Module Level 3." CSS
   Writing Modes Level 3 defines CSS support for various
   international writing modes, such as left-to-right (e.g. Latin
   or Indic), right-to-left (e.g. Hebrew or Arabic), bidirectional
   (e.g. mixed Latin and Arabic) and vertical (e.g. Asian
   scripts).

   http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/members
   http://www.w3.org/TR/2012/WD-css3-writing-modes-20121115/

   The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Working Group and the SVG
   Working Group have published the First Public Working Draft of
   "CSS Masking." CSS Masking provides two means for partially or
   fully hiding portions of visual elements: masking and clipping.
   Masking describes how to use another graphical element or image
   as a luminance or alpha mask. Typically, rendering an element
   via CSS or SVG can conceptually described as if the element,
   including its children, are drawn into a buffer and then that
   buffer is composited into the element's parent. Luminance and
   alpha masks influence the transparency of this buffer before
   the compositing stage. Clipping describes the visible region of
   visual elements. The region can be described by using certain
   SVG graphics elements or basic shapes. Anything outside of this
   region is not rendered.

   http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/members
   http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/
   http://www.w3.org/TR/2012/WD-css-masking-20121115/

   Learn more about the Style Activity, and the Graphics Activity.

   http://www.w3.org/Style/
   http://www.w3.org/Graphics/

CSS Text Module Level 3, CSS Text Decoration Module Level 3 Drafts
Published

   13 November 2012 | Archive

   http://www.w3.org/News/2012#entry-9631

   The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Working Group has published
   two Working Drafts today.

   http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/members
     * CSS Text Module Level 3. This CSS3 module defines
       properties for text manipulation and specifies their
       processing model. It covers line breaking, justification
       and alignment, white space handling, and text
       transformation.
     * CSS Text Decoration Module Level 3. This module contains
       the features of CSS relating to text decoration, such as
       underlines, text shadows, and emphasis marks. CSS is a
       language for describing the rendering of structured
       documents (such as HTML and XML) on screen, on paper, in
       speech, etc.

   Learn more about the Style Activity.

   http://www.w3.org/Style/

XML Encryption 1.1 and XML Signature 1.1 Interop Test Reports
Published

   13 November 2012 | Archive

   http://www.w3.org/News/2012#entry-9630

   The XML Security Working Group has published two Group Notes
   today.

   http://www.w3.org/2008/xmlsec/
     * XML Encryption 1.1 Interop Test Report. This document is
       the interop report for new features introduced in XML
       Encryption 1.1. It does not replicate interop testing
       performed for features retained from XML Encryption 1.0.
     * XML Signature 1.1 Interop Test Report. This document is the
       interop report for new features introduced in XML Signature
       1.1. It includes the test cases and test results for these
       new features. It does not replicate interop testing
       performed for features retained from XML Signature 1.0.

   Learn more about the Security Activity.

   http://www.w3.org/Security/

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

Workshops

     * 2012-11-26 (26 NOV) – 2012-11-27 (27 NOV)
       Do Not Track and Beyond
       http://www.w3.org/2012/dnt-ws/
       Berkeley, California
       Hosted by UC Berkeley and TRUST Science and Technology
       Center
       This workshop serves as a forum for the W3C membership and
       the public to discuss the Consortium's next steps in the
       area of tracking protection and Web privacy. What have we
       learned from Do Not Track standardization and real-world
       implementations? Furthermore, undoubtedly support for
       privacy on the Web platform cannot end with Do Not Track:
       what should we look at next and beyond DNT?
     * 2013-02-11 (11 FEB) – 2013-02-12 (12 FEB)
       Electronic Books and the Open Web Platform
       http://www.w3.org/2012/08/electronic-books/
       New York (USA)
       Hosted by O'Reilly Media
       Today’s eBook market is dynamic, fast-changing and strong.
       eBooks compete with printed versions, and there is a wide
       choice of hardware and software available for eBook
       readers. Nevertheless, publishers face major business and
       technical challenges in this market, some of which could be
       reduced or removed by standardization.
     * 2013-03-12 (12 MAR) – 2013-03-13 (13 MAR)
       Making the Multilingual Web Work
       http://www.multilingualweb.eu/en/documents/rome-workshop/ro
       me-cfp
       Rome, Italy
       Hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
       United Nations (FAO).
       The MultilingualWeb community develops and promotes best
       practices and standards related to all aspects of creating,
       localizing, and deploying the Web across boundaries of
       language. It aims to raise the visibility of existing best
       practices and standards for dealing with language on the
       Internet and on identifying and resolving gaps that keep
       the Internet from living up to its global potential.

W3C Blog

     * None. Read the W3C Blog Archives
       http://www.w3.org/QA/

Upcoming Talks

     * 2012-11-20 (20 NOV)
       Why HTML5?
       http://www.w3.org/2012/Talks/1120-owp-plh/
       by Philippe Le Hégaret
       HTML5FEST 2012
       http://www.w3c.org.il/HTML5fest/2012/
       Kfar maccabiah, Ramat Gan, Israel
     * 2012-11-20 (20 NOV)
       Web Accessibilty Demystified
       http://zohararad.github.com/presentations/accessibility-dem
       ystified/presentation/#/step-1
       by Zohar Arad
       HTML5FEST 2012 - The Israeli Web Community conference
       http://www.w3c.org.il/HTML5fest/2012/
       Ramat Gan, Israel
     * 2012-11-20 (20 NOV)
       Transforming the Web Together
       by Bernard Gidon
       HTML5FEST 2012
       http://www.w3c.org.il/HTML5fest/2012/
       Tel Aviv, Israel
     * 2012-11-23 (23 NOV)
       Web Accessibility: A Catalyst to Greatness
       keynote by Shawn Henry
       a11yMTL
       http://a11ymtl.org/en/
       Montreal, Canada
     * 2012-11-24 (24 NOV)
       HTML5 and CSS
       by Bert Bos
       Web Standards Days
       http://webstandardsdays.ru/
       Moscow, Russia

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