W3C Workshop on CSS Print

Date: February 13th, 2020

Location: University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic as a part of XML Prague conference


  • Identify status of individual CSS Print related specs and see if and how they can be moved to REC status in order to send positive signal about maturity of technology to users and publishing industry
  • Identify what is needed in order to move forward, e.g.:
  • Recruit fresh blood to help with tasks above
  • Briefly explain how CSS WG works and how specs are developed and implemented


15:00 Introducing how W3C CSS WG works (Rachel Andrew) – presentation

15:30 Presentation of position papers

15:30 Antenna House (Michael Miller) – position paperpresentation

15:40 Compart (Katharina Udemadu) – position paperpresentation

15:50 Hachette (Dave Cramer) – position paperpresentation

16:00 Andreas Jung – presentation

16:10 paged.js (Julie Blanc) – position paperpresentation

16:20 Liam Quin – position paperpresentation

16:30 Coffee break

17:00 Discussion

18:30 End of workshop

How to participate

Workshop is open to anyone. However as it is organized as a part of XML Prague conference attendees need to register for XML Prague. For those who are not interested in other days of XML Prague there is special pass for only 40 € for workshop day. This will include lunch and two coffee breaks.

There will be tutorial for people who are not yet familiar with using CSS for producing print output from 12:00.

If you are implementer or heavy user of CSS Print we would like to get your feedback about the current state of technology and related CSS specifications. Please submit position paper. During workshop you will be able to present your position paper and later on discuss it. Length of individual presentation slots will be allocated once we know many position papers we have received.

Submitting position paper

Please submit position papers by sending email to mailing list public-css-print@w3.org Please note that you must first subscribe to the mailing list by sending email to the following email address: public-css-print-request@w3.org

Archives of the mailing list are available at https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-css-print/

Deadline for sending position papers is February 3rd, 2020.

Position Papers Received


From CSS WG: Rachel Andrew, Jirka Kosek, Dave Cramer

Implementers: Antenna House

Users of CSS Print: 20-60 people expected

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