The PDF Association’s second Technical Conference will take place from the 18th to the 19th of June 2013. This year, the conference will take place in Königswinter, near Bonn / Germany. [...]
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You can read now all articles from the 3rd International PDF/A Conference on pdfa.org now. The complete overview of the papers.
After PDF/UA became an ISO standard in August 2012, WCAG just also became an international standard – it’s now possible to use ISO standards to meet the needs of organizations for a standardized approach to accessibility across a wide range of content.” [...]
This document describes the relationship between WCAG 2.0 and ISO 14289-1:2012 (PDF/UA), the international standard for accessible PDF technology. [...]
The Attendee Survey makes it clear: everyone got two good days of intensive PDF education, generally considered the conference to be highly worthwhile and enjoyed themselves besides! [...]
The PDF Association invites its members to attend the Technical Conference 2012, to be held March 27-28, 2012 in Basel (Switzerland). [...]
The ever-increasing use of the archival version of the PDF standard brings with it many questions, both from individual users and from support teams. We can help. [...]
The PDF/A Competence Center is offering a seminar on PDF/VT, a new format relevant for output management. It will be conducted in German and offered the day before the DMS EXPO in Stuttgart. Wouldn’t you like to learn about PDF/VT? [...]
PDF developers know that Adobe turned over PDF to ISO in 2008 with the publication of ISO 32000-1, the ISO-ized version of PDF 1.7. Even so, it has come to our attention that questions remain about the release of patents associated with PDF. Did Adobe hold something back when it came to linearization? Would 3rd party developers be at risk of a patent-infringement lawsuit if they implemented linearization features (reading or writing) in their software? The answer, in a word, is no; there’s nothing to worry about. We asked Adobe’s Matthew Hardy to offer some Adobe-official word on the matter. [...]