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Consensus Contribution to authoring techniques and interaction ma rkup

From: Ziegert, Thomas <thomas.ziegert@sap.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 15:43:22 +0200
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Dear Members of the DI working group,

as a contribution to the DI group's work on authoring techniques and interaction markup, the Consensus Consortium hereby submits a document about layout specification 
in renderer-independent markup language. The document is publicly accessible 
at the Consortium homepage 

The submitted layout module is part of a larger language profile called RIML. 

RIML is based on XHTML 2.0 WD and XFORMS 1.0 and was defined by the Consortium  to assist single-authoring of web content. The Consortium created a reference implementation of an adaptation proxy which interprets RIML and produces browser-specific markup. 

It is hoped that the availability of both specification and implementation 
helps to accelerate the provision of single-authoring environments based on W3C standards. 

On behalf of the Consensus Consortium,
						Thomas Ziegert

Dr. Thomas Ziegert          phone: +49 721 6902-61
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IST-Programme / KA4 / AL: IST-2001-4.3.2. The project CONSENSUS is supported by the European Community. This document does not represent the opinion of the European Community. It is also the sole responsibility of the author and not the responsibility of the European Community using any data that might appear therein.
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