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|
A new PDF Association service will provide targeted test-cases to highlight interoperability issues resolved in the latest PDF specification.
Author and longtime PDF evangelist Tony McKinley’s latest book, “PDF Expert”, shares his experience working directly with the world’s most demanding companies and users over the last 25 years.
The May meeting of the PDF Forms TWG will begin work on a draft specification for declarative forms in PDF.
The Deriving HTML from PDF TWG’s specification is an important part of their program of work as it supports one of the most critical use cases for well-tagged pdfs – deriving html from pdf.
The goal of the Well-Tagged PDF (WTPDF) specification is to ensure high-quality documents that are suitable for content reuse, extraction, reflow and more. The PDF Reuse TWG meeting in Paris will have WTPDF as the focus of its discussions.
The PDF Accessibility Liaison Working Group (LWG) is taking aim at providing a full set of techniques to demonstrate correct solutions for all tagging issues.
PDF/A – the ISO standard for long-term archiving – now has four sub-standards. This raises an obvious question: which one should businesses use for document conversion and archival? Dietrich von Seggern from callas software gives the answer.
The 3D and RichMedia Technical Working Groups will be combining for an in-person session during PDF Week 2023 Paris to review developments in PDF-embedded 3D models and associated multimedia.
The Digital Signature Technical Working Group chair lays out the work to be discussed at PDF Week Paris 2023.
The PDF/UA Processor LWG will continue the work of developing a processor and AT specification to help drive better accessible PDF experiences for all!