This new corpus – nearly 8 million PDFs totaling about 8 TB – was gathered from across the web in July/August of 2021.CONTINUE READING
|Peter Wyatt // May 13, 2023|
The joint Australian and New Zealand national committee on Records and Document Management Systems recommendation to both Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand to adopt PDF/A-4 was completed on 23 December 2022.
Adobe engineers have formally added support for Unicode 15 to the CMap resources for both Adobe-Japan1-7 and Adobe-KR-9 in the Adobe CMap Resources GitHub repository.
How ISO 19445 might be used with PDF 2.0 and related technology updates relevant to the graphic arts industry.
CTO Peter Wyatt summarizes key takeaways from the first two years of the PDF specification’s public errata process.
ISO TC 171 SC 2 is publishing new extensions and clarifications to PDF 2.0 in support of advanced cryptography.
A commentary on the interoperability of encrypting PDF documents with public-key cryptography.
Identifying the signer’s key in a PDF signature: how does that work?
Dietrich von Seggern from callas software explains, how companies can optimally prepare PDF files for variable data printing.
As of October 28 2022 worldwide searches for “pdf” had peaked in March, 2022. Even as internet searches continue to rise worldwide, “pdf” keeps up.
Some time ago Adobe announced that it “will disable support for authoring with Type 1 fonts by January 2023”. Dietrich von Seggern from callas software explains what that means from a prepress and PDF point of view.