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W3C Weekly News - 29 July 2002

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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 12:52:32 -0400
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                            W3C Weekly News

                        23 July - 29 July 2002

W3C Team Talks in August

 * 4 - 9 August - C. M. Sperberg-McQueen co-chairs and Liam Quin,
   Charles McCathieNevile, and Dan Connolly attend Extreme Markup
   Languages held 4-9 August in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 * 14 August - Charles McCathieNevile lectures on "Multimedia
   Accessibility - Current Work" at the University of Melbourne
   in Melbourne, Australia.

 * 26 August - Steve Bratt, Janet Daly, and Joseph Reagle attend the
   Forum on Security Standards for Web Services in Boston, MA, USA.

   Browse upcoming W3C appearances and events:

CSS Mobile Profile Candidate Recommendation Revised

  26 July 2002: The CSS Working Group has revised "CSS Mobile Profile
  1.0" to incorporate review suggestions, comments by implementors, and
  deliberations of the Working Group. The specification defines a
  subset of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Level 2 tailored for mobile
  devices such as wireless phones. Comments are welcome through January
  2003. Visit the CSS home page.


DOM Level 3 Validation, Load and Save Working Drafts Published

  25 July 2002: The DOM Working Group has split DOM Level 3 "Abstract
  Schemas and Load and Save" into two Working Drafts, "Validation" and
  "Load and Save," and a W3C Note "Abstract Schemas" (the Note is no
  longer a work in progress). The Document Object Model (DOM) allows
  programs and scripts to update the content and style of documents
  dynamically. Comments are welcome. Read about the DOM Activity.


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