W3C Weekly News - 18 February 2003

                             W3C Weekly News

                     10 February - 18 February 2003

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IsaViz 1.2 Released

   W3C's Semantic Web Advanced Development initiative announces a new
   release of IsaViz, a visual environment for browsing and authoring
   RDF models represented as graphs. Version 1.2 supports the RDF Core
   Working Group's Last Call Working Drafts. New features include
   enhanced graphics, improved internationalization and Notation 3


CSS3 Color Last Call Published

   The CSS Working Group has released a second Last Call Working Draft
   of "CSS3 module: Color" harmonized with SVG 1.0. The draft describes
   color units and properties that authors can use to specify foreground
   color and opacity, color profiles, and rendering intent. Comments are
   welcome through 28 February. Visit the CSS home page.


Full-Text Search Working Drafts Published

   Through joint efforts, the XQuery and XSL Working Groups have
   released the first public Working Drafts of XQuery and XPath
   Full-Text "Requirements" and "Use Cases." The drafts describe the
   basis for full-text searching of XML text and documents. Comments
   are invited. Read about the XML Activity.


OWL Test Cases Working Draft Published

   The Web Ontology Working Group has released an updated Working Draft
   of "Web Ontology Language (OWL) Test Cases." Designed for OWL
   developers, the draft is a companion to the OWL language definition.
   OWL is used to publish and share sets of terms called ontologies,
   providing advanced Web search, software agents and knowledge
   management. Read about the Semantic Web Activity.


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Received on Wednesday, 19 February 2003 12:51:33 UTC