Designed around the subjects of archiving and accessibility, PDF Day Australia brought a number of international PDF experts together for a day of educational sessions.
Postscript took off like a rocket, but PDF took its time. Many people wondered “What’s it for?” In this video, Professor Brailsford recounts his 1996 experience with one such person – a US immigration officer…
The PDF Association – both our staff as well as our members – put a lot of effort into this website, and we believe we have a lot of useful content to offer. But there will also be the question: could we do better? Is anything missing? Any topics you were looking for but couldn’t find any content about?
Please tell us! Let us know what is missing, what you do not like, and of course – if you really like something, we’d love to learn about that as well!
PDF Camp is a technical and hands-on event where we will work in groups to find answers to your PDF questions. If you have been to one of our previous PDF Hackathons or PDF Camps, this event will be very similar. Bringing your own laptop will be necessary; the idea is that you bring up your production problems and project challenges. When registering for this event, please add your preferred subjects/input. Based on your requests, we will address different topics in 3 to 4 hands-on groups.PDF Interoperability Workshop – USA
The second of two PDF Association Interoperability Workshops provides a platform for PDF tool developers seeking to validate their software against the ISO 32000-2 (PDF 2.0) standard by working with other PDF tool developers.PDF 2.0 Interoperability Workshop – UK
Two PDF Association Interoperability Workshops provide a platform for PDF tool developers to validate their software against the ISO 32000-2 (PDF 2.0) standard by working with other PDF tool developers.