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New version of Zorba released, 2.9, with increased XQuery 3 test suite coverage and with changes in its JSONiq language support.

http://www.zorba.io/blog/
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Upcoming W3C Workshop (industry consultation event, where we ask experts to get involved) about Publishing and the Open Web Platform.

Blog entry at
http://www.w3.org/QA/2013/06/w3c_workshop_industry_consulta.html

Workshop page at http://www.w3.org/2012/12/global-publisher/
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www.saxonica.com/saxon-c/

XSLT 2 for PHP and for C/C++ programs. Yes, open source. Yes, alpha release. Go test it. Now.
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XMLMind's XML ditor 5.8 was released this week.

See http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/

They've added “show tags”, and an enhancement to DocBook mode. There's no longer (as far as I can tell) a zero-dollar version, just an evaluation edition that stops working after 30 days and in which document conversion is deliberately broken. I don't know if you can renew the 30 day trial period easily though, as at least one other XML editor allows.

The product is cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) and is written in Java.
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W3C is holding a workshop, an event where experts can help shape the future. It's about publishing - how you go from fleshly skin-covered wobbly watery meat-sack humans all the way to printed books... or, more precisly, how people will use the Open Web Platform to do this.

http://www.w3.org/QA/2013/06/w3c_workshop_industry_consulta.html
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W3C XML - the Extensible Markup Language
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The Extensible Markup Language (not an acronym) is published and maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium, <a href="http://www.w3.org/">W3C</a>.

This Google Plus page exists as a way to share unofficial news and comments; Liam Quin (XML Activity Lead at W3C) made it, and will be adding other people so that we can have a regular stream of XML-related news.

The use of Google Plus as a communication vehicle does not imply endorsement or any arrangement between W3C and Google.

Unless explicitly marked, postings here about XML and XML-related technologies are not statements from the respective Working Groups at W3C.

But maybe they can be useful and fun. ☺

Liam Quin, XML Activity Lead at W3C

PS: I've started to follow vendor pages and some XML people; Google Plus doesn't let a Page follow people unless they follow it first, so if you're not there yet it's not a snub! :-)