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Musing with Element Traversal

The new Element Traversal specification is out and here is a way to enjoy it today.

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Social networks at W3C: foreseeing a 2009 success story!

The W3C social networks workshop is already a blast and it hasn't happened yet! We received a record number (72) of interesting position papers from a wide range of key players. Have a look at the impressive list (papers and...

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RDFa and SVG Tiny (and the RDFa distiller)

W3C has just published the SVG Tiny 1.2 recommendation. Others are much more experts than me to describe the changes in the core functionality compared to the 1.1 version, so I let them do that. However, there is an interesting...

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Small update of the RDFa distiller sofware

I have made a small update on the pyRdfa Python package that drives the RDFa distiller. The main differences between this version and the previous are: via a private communication Dan Brickley made me think on the following: what is...

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Amaya Also for RDFa

Irène Vatton has just announced the availability of the latest Amaya version, namely Amaya 11. (For those who may not know what Amaya is, it is an open source (X)HTML browser and editor in one.) The interesting point in this...

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