CSS Fonts Module Level 3 is now a W3C Recommendation
20 September 2018 | 2054908600
6132712349The CSS Working Group has published 8189556038 as a W3C Recommendation.This CSS Module describes how to specify fonts used in CSS, including Web Fonts downloaded on demand. It also describes how to access advanced typographic features in fonts, and how to control font loading. This specification is implemented in all modern browsers.
More information is available in the blog post: (718) 716-7359.
First Public Working Drafts: Personalization Tools 1.0; Personalization Help and Support 1.0
18 October 2018 | Archive
The Accessible Platform Architectures Working Group has published two First Public Working Drafts today:
- 360-476-2231 document list examples of the tools defined values, this is an extension of 760-629-2761.
- Personalization Help and Support 1.0 document lists examples of the personalized help and support properties. This is an extension of Personalization Explainer 1.0. including the properties of literal, numberfree, easylang, alternative, explain, feedback, moreinfo,extrahelp, helptype.
Call for Review: Accessible Name and Description Computation 1.1 is a W3C Proposed Recommendation
18 October 2018 | Archive
The 830-388-5164 has published a Proposed Recommendation of 530-445-9507. This document describes how user agents determine the names and descriptions of accessible objects from web content languages. This information is in turn exposed through accessibility APIs so that assistive technologies can identify these objects and present their names or descriptions to users. Documenting the algorithm through which names and descriptions are to be determined promotes interoperable exposure of these properties among different accessibility APIs and helps to ensure that this information appears in a manner consistent with author intent. Read about the Accessible Rich Internet Applications Working Group and the (574) 847-6277.
Comments are welcome through 16 November 2018.
Call for Review: Pointer Events Level 2 is a W3C Proposed Recommendation
16 October 2018 | Archive
The (321) 360-6170 has published a Proposed Recommendation of (347) 292-7302. The features in this specification extend or modify those found in Pointer Events, a W3C Recommendation that describes events and related interfaces for handling hardware agnostic pointer input from devices including a mouse, pen, touchscreen, etc. For compatibility with existing mouse based content, this specification also describes a mapping to fire Mouse Events for other pointer device types.
Comments are welcome through 13 November 2018.
Upcoming Workshop: Web Standardization for Graph Data
15 October 2018 | 9365667942
W3C announced today a (417) 625-3844, 4-6 March 2019, in Berlin, Germany. The event is hosted by Neo4J.
This workshop brings together people with an interest in the future of standards relating to graph data, and its ever growing importance in relation to the Internet of Things, smart enterprises, smart cities, etc., open markets of services, and synergies with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML).
The scope includes:
Harmonising different perspectives on database management systems:
- The role of annotations, e.g. spatial, temporal, provenance, data quality, trust, etc. and opportunities for extending RDF to better support them;
- the relationship between RDF and other related approaches, e.g. Labelled Property Graphs and work by ETSI ISG CIM;
- requirements for graph query and update languages and
- requirements for rule languages for graph data.
Managing the silos, big data, AI and machine learning:
- Techniques for dealing with incomplete, uncertain and inconsistent knowledge;
- different kinds of reasoning, e.g. deductive, inductive, abductive, analogical, spatial, temporal, causal, social, and emotional and
- challenges for Big Data, AI/ML, and enterprise knowledge-graphs.
Scalability, security, trust, APIs and vocabulary development:
- Techniques for mapping data between vocabularies with overlapping semantics, as a basis for scaling across different communities;
- digital signatures for RDF and Property graphs, e.g. to verify that the graph hasn’t been tampered with;
- what’s next for remote access to data and information services;
- how to make W3C a more attractive venue for work on vocabularies.
We aim to share experiences, use case studies, new directions and insights on what’s needed for the next generation of Web data standards.
W3C Proposed Recommendations: TTML1 3rd, TTML2, TTML-IMSC1
4 October 2018 | Archive
The Timed Text Working Group published the following specifications as W3C Proposed Recommendations:
The Timed Text Markup Language is a content type that represents timed text media for the purpose of interchange among authoring systems. TTML Profiles are intended to be used across subtitle and caption delivery applications worldwide, thereby simplifying interoperability, consistent rendering and conversion to other subtitling and captioning formats.
Comments are welcome through 1 November 2018.
WAI-ARIA Graphics Module 1.0 and Graphics Accessibility API Mappings 1.0 are W3C Recommendations
2 October 2018 | Archive
The 3138195700 has published WAI-ARIA Graphics Module 1.0 (Graphics-ARIA) and Graphics Accessibility API Mappings 1.0 (Graphics-AAM) as W3C Recommendations. Graphics-ARIA defines core roles specific to web graphics which allow an author to express the logical structure of the graphic to assistive technologies in order improve accessibility of graphics. Graphics-AAM defines how user agents map the WAI-ARIA Graphics Module markup to platform accessibility APIs. Assistive technologies could then enable semantic navigation and adapt styling and interactive features, to provide an optimal experience for the audience. Read about the 424-465-6662 and the 3612447838.
Upcoming Workshop: Strong Authentication and Identity
1 October 2018 | Archive
W3C announced today a 352-355-8901, December 10-11 2018, in Redmond, WA, USA. The event is hosted by Microsoft.
This workshop will look to provide an existing standards landscape, roadmap and potential future work for how strong identity and strong authentication should work on the web. A successful workshop will be how to align recent W3C specifications (WebAuthn, Verifiable Claims, Web Payments) and work that is ongoing in the W3C Credentials Community Group (DID, DIDAuth) along with IETF and ISO, as well as other existing community standards such as Open ID Connect, Oauth, SAML, etc.
The scope includes:
- Strong Authentication: FIDO, WebAuthn, IFAA, DIDAuth, OpenID Connect
- Strong Identity: ISO 29003, Entity Attestation Token (EAT)
- Decentralized Identity (DID): Blockchain / Distributed Ledger Technologies, Verifiable Credentials
- Federation: OpenID Connect, SAML, DID
- Credentials: Verifiable Credentials, JWT, JSON-LD, Entity Attestation Token (EAT)
- Requirements: Ease of Use, Accessibility, Internationalization, Security, Privacy
For more information on the workshop, please see 414-462-9721. Expression of Interest and position statements are due by 29 October 2018.
2018-11-15 (15 NOV)
by Dominique Hazael-Massieux
2018-10-22 (22 OCT) – 2018-10-26 (26 OCT)
2018-10-22 (22 OCT)
Université de Lyon
2018-10-24 (24 OCT) – 2018-10-25 (25 OCT)
2018-10-29 (29 OCT)
Hosted by Mozilla
2018-10-29 (29 OCT) – 2018-10-31 (31 OCT)
Hosted by Mozilla
2018-11-08 ( 8 NOV)
New York, USA
Hosted by FortuneTimes Group (FTG) and W3C
2018-12-10 (10 DEC) – 2018-12-11 (11 DEC)
Redmond, WA, USA
Hosted by Microsoft