Items tagged with "Spec"

Share Your Experiences with Entity Specific Disclosures

If you are familiar with how other projects around the world have tackled the challenge of entity-specific disclosures, the Entity Specific Disclosures Task Force would be very interested in hearing from you.

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Smart Templates Improved

The Rendering Working Group has published an errata release of Table Linkbase Specification 1.0 to correct minor issues and is working on version 1.1 to add enhancements.

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The Importance of Community Input

Why your feedback on new Specification development is so important.

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xBRL-JSON: making XBRL easier

This week we published the first public working draft of the XBRL Open Information Model (OIM). The OIM is a syntax-independent model of the content of an XBRL report, designed to make it easy to work with XBRL data in a variety of different formats, as well as providing simplification of some of the more arcane […]

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XBRL Data in Different Formats Using the Open Information Model

The XSB has released the first Public Working Draft (PWD) of the OIM, along with a PWD of xBRL-JSON, a standard JSON representation of an XBRL report, providing new flexibility to regulators, data providers and other structured data publishers.

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Duplicates in XBRL Working Group Note

A new Working Group note provides information on how and when duplicates can occur and guidance on how to tackle them in different kinds of projects.

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Call for implementations and comments – Streaming Extensions

The XSB is issuing a call for implementations and is holding a six week comment period though 20 January 2016.

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Taxonomy Packages Moves to Proposed Recommendation

The Taxonomy Packages specification is open for comment until 20 January2016.

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Assertions Severity 1.0 Approved to Proposed Recommendation

*Updated* The XBRL Standards Board has promoted the Assertions Severity 1.0 specification to Proposed Recommendation, meaning that sufficient implementation experience has been gathered and it is believed that no additional development is necessary.

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Democratizing Data by Making it Both Machine and Human Readable

The adoption of XBRL in over 60 countries has powered the evolution from human readable only filings in the form of paper or pdf (which is just paper on a screen) to machine readable structured data. But humans want to read the same information that computers have access to – in familiar, document form. Enter Inline XBRL (iXBRL). By allowing XBRL data […]

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