This week, I went to Keio University, in Tokyo, to attend the SVG Open 2007
, to help W3C/Keio, as Opera employee. Erik Dahlström, Chaals of OperaASA, and many other SVG guys came to Tokyo. Opera ASA participated it as one of the main sponsors. In the middle of week, we had Kestrel's first public alpha release, so we had to spare sleeping time to test it, after coming back from Keio
Photo are up, grouped as "SVG Open 2007" in my PHOTO page.
At Opera booth, I could say thanks to Ruud Steltenpool, the author of "Playing SVG Darts
", face to face
That was also very good.
At the end of 4 days sessions, Doug Schepers of W3C announced the beta release of the SVG 1.2 Tiny Test Suite, and now you can see the SVG Tiny 1.2 Conformance Suite Implementation Status
, though Beta 0.1, Kestrel's on the list there. And I think many of you have already seen the another list, by Jeff Schiller, at his CODE DREAD
, which we displayed on the screen of LCD at our booth during SVG Open. Yes, Kestrel is better than Batik!