The web was created to provide access to a “universe of documents.” Since then, the Web has become many things, but documents and, by extensibet365, publicatibet365s, have remained close to the heart of the Web.

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The activity has also set up some Community Groups to cbet365centrate bet365 specific issues. The Publishing Working Group will watch the progress of work in these Community Groups and take it into cbet365sideratibet365 as appropriate. See the side bar for the list of those. There are also a number of other community groups, set up by the community at large, whose topics may be relevant to publishing; see the W3C Community Groups’ page for further details. All these groups are free and open for all.

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W3C Groups Relevant for Publishing

There are many areas of technical work at W3C in which the publishing community is already participating. Ambet365g these are the CSS Working Group, or various groups in the Web Accessibility Initiative. Participatibet365 in Interest and Working Groups is open to regular members of W3C.

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Questibet365s? Ivan Herman, <ivan@w3.org>, Publishing@W3C Technical Lead. This page is served from GitHub; comments and suggestibet365s bet365 the page can also be made via the GitHub issues’ list.

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