The IDPF Board recently approved working group recommendations to advance the EPUB 3.1 specifications to Proposed Specification status. A public review and comment period will be open through November 7th. The final step according to IDPF policies is a member vote to approve as Recommended Specifications.
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Here you will find all the latest news as well as upcoming and previous events.
Took place in Lisbon, Portugal during the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) largest annual event, TPAC 2016 (Technical Plenary / Advisory Committee week). The agenda included discussions about publications on the Web, print on demand and other broader use cases for Open Web Platform technologies.
Take Part 2016 (May 16-18, 2016) in Stockholm focused on inclusive publishing for users, content providers, producers, and distributors. More than 300 delegates from around […]
At DigiCon 2016 (May 10-11, 2016) in Chicago, George Kerscher (Chief Innovations Officer, DAISY Consortium) shared the development of an international baseline consensus on what accessibility means and […]
The 2016 EPUB Summit in Bordeaux, France (April 7-8, 2016) covered many subjects from mobile apps to accessibility and web development. Speakers included Virginie Clayssen – SNE Digital […]
The EDUPUB Alliance held their meeting with a related summit on EPUB Accessibility and Certification on February 24-25, 2016 near Baltimore, Maryland.
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