Stephen Zilles - Adobe Systems, Inc.
Steve Zilles has been active in the computer software industry since 1963. He has worked on projects first at IBM until 1992 and since then at Adobe Systems. For the last 15 years he has been working in the area of formatting and printed presentations. He is currently co-chair of the XSL Working Group of the W3C, chair of the User Interface Technical Task Force of the W3C and a member of the CSS Working Group. Previously, He has worked on printing standards, such as the ISO SPDL standard; the ISO Character/Glyph Model and graphics arts interchange formats, such as ANSI PDF/X.
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