Wednesday 3rd November, 2010
4:15pm to 5:15pm
There are a number of ways people bring work to W3C (Workshops, XGs, Member Submissions). In this session, we will hear from people about recent workshop experience, some incubator group topics that may move to the standards track, and a new proposal for making it easier for more people to bring work to W3C. This is a lightning talk session.
Web standards geek, with a day job at W3C and an interest in the Web Foundation: Security, privacy, linked data, eGov. bio from Twitter
Web standards & accessibility. Invited Expert @W3C HTML Working Group, HTML Accessibility TF, eGovernment IG. Member of the City Council of Frankfurt. Pirate.
Head of Web Research@IRI-PhD in Philosophy@Paris1-Lecturer@UPEMLV-Visiting scientist@INRIA-Advocate for the Philosophy of the Web http://web-and-philosophy.org bio from Twitter
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