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Invited export at W3C’s CSSWG.
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|+title: Invited Expert at W3C’s CSSWG|
|+tags: [weasyprint, W3C]|
|+ I just joined [W3C’s *CSS Working Group*](http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/)|
|+ as an *Invited Expert*.|
|+Making WeasyPrint lead me to the CSS specifications and|
|+the [www-style](http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/) mailing-list|
|+a lot. For almost a year now I’ve been asking questions about the specs,|
|+sometimes reporting bugs and suggesting changes.|
|+A few weeks ago at the most unexpected of times, I got an invitation from|
|+[Daniel Glazman](http://www.glazman.org/weblog/) himself.|
|+It’s now official: I’ve joined the [CSS Working Group](|
|+http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/) at W3C! This means that I’ll get to work on|
|+CSS specifications. Which is … a bit like before, but the difference is huge|
|+in terms of recognition.|
|+![(Picture of 'The Internet' from 'The IT Crowd')](The_Internet.jpg|
|+"W3C is kind of the real word equivalent of 'The Elders of the Internet'")|
|+Back to work! *124 unread www-style messages.*|
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