[I18n-sig] 2nd Last Call for the Character Model for the WWW

Misha.Wolf@reuters.com Misha.Wolf@reuters.com
Tue, 30 Apr 2002 16:58:02 +0100

Owing to the large number of Last Call comments on the:
   Character Model for the World Wide Web
   W3C Working Draft 26 January 2001
and to the large number of changes these comments gave rise to, the W3C
I18N WG has decided to issue a 2nd Last Call for comments:
   Character Model for the World Wide Web
   W3C Working Draft 30 April 2002

The document's abstract says:

   This Architectural Specification provides authors of specifications,
   software developers, and content developers with a common reference
   for interoperable text manipulation on the World Wide Web.  Topics
   addressed include encoding identification, early uniform
   normalization, string identity matching, string indexing, and URI
   conventions, building on the Universal Character Set, defined jointly
   by Unicode and ISO/IEC 10646.  Some introductory material on
   characters and character encodings is also provided.

Please review the document and submit any comments by 31 May 2002.
Comments should preferably be submitted via the Last Call Comment Form
(http://www.w3.org/2002/05/charmod/LastCall).  They may alternatively be
submitted by email to www-i18n-comments@w3.org.  To help us process your
comments, please submit each comment separately.  If doing so is too
awkward, please number your comments clearly.

Many thanks,
Misha Wolf
W3C I18N WG Chair

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