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WSP Wants Contributions For "Standards Glossary"

Wednesday September 1st, 1999

Stephan Nedregaard, leader of the Developer Educations Committee at the Web Standards Project, writes in with this news:

"As some of you might already know, the overall project of the WSP-DEC is to make documents aimed at facilitating the adoption of Web standards by Web developers.

Our current project, the Standards glossary, aims at defining terms found in W3C and ECMA standard specifications, to make it easier for Web developers to read and understand those. We're now going public with this project hoping to get contributions from the Web developer community in general.

We hope that you will take time to go to the glossary website and submit terms you find yourself qualified to write something about.

If you wish to know more about or join the Developer Educations Committee, please visit our Web pages."


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by stephan <stephan@micropop.com>

Thursday September 2nd, 1999 5:06 AM

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Not exactly what we're trying to do, though!

The W3C document says they want to "establish a shared understanding of key Web concepts"

What we're aiming at is a document explaining "How to read/understand W3C/ECMA specs", to make it easier to support Web standard specifications.

Ironically, the title of the W3C document and Working Group you refered to probably should be explained in our glossary.