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W3C Weekly News - 12 August 2002

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Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 09:07:33 -0400
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                            W3C Weekly News

                       6 August - 12 August 2002

XML Events Working Draft Published

  12 August 2002: The HTML Working Group has released an updated
  Working Draft of "XML Events" that incorporates comments received
  during Last Call. The specification defines a module used to
  associate behaviors with document-level markup for XML languages,
  and supports the DOM Level 2 event model. Comments are welcome.
  Visit the HTML home page.


Voice Browser Interoperation Requirements Published

  9 August 2002: The Voice Browser Working Group has released the first
  Working Draft of "Voice Browser Interoperation: Requirements." The
  draft describes requirements for how voice browsers and other call
  sites share user, application, and session data to coordinate user
  experience. Comments are welcome. Visit the Voice Browser home page.


Working Draft of An XHTML + MathML + SVG Profile Published

  9 August 2002: The HTML and SVG Working Groups have published the
  second Working Draft of "An XHTML + MathML + SVG Profile." The draft
  enables mixing XHTML, MathML and SVG in the same document using the
  XML namespaces mechanism while allowing validation. Comments are
  welcome. Read about the HTML and the Graphics Activities.


CSS TV Profile Becomes a W3C Candidate Recommendation

  7 August 2002: W3C is pleased to announce the advancement of "CSS TV
  Profile 1.0" to Candidate Recommendation. The document is a subset of
  Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Level 2 and "CSS3 module: Color"
  tailored to the needs and constraints of TV devices such as interactive
  television sets that display their output on a television screen.
  Comments are welcome through January 2003. Visit the CSS home page.


XFrames Working Draft Published

  6 August 2002: The HTML Working Group has released the first public
  Working Draft of "XFrames." Replacing HTML frames, XFrames is an XML
  application for composing documents together that makes the content
  of framesets visible in their URIs. It addresses the usability,
  search and security problems associated with HTML frames. Comments
  are welcome. Read more on the HTML home page.


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