Korean Task Force in BPWG


The following charter was agreed during the BPWG call of 27 March 2008.


The goal of the Korean Task Force is to deliver the Korean input for current ongoing MWBP documents in order to avoid the fragmentation of MWBP standards. For this goal, Task Force will produce the documents of the gap analysis between W3C MWBP and Korean industry from Mobile Web 2.0 forum, and makes the proposal for new work items.


The Korean Task Force will:

Most of the Task Force work will be done by Mobile Web 2.0 forum, Korea.



The Task Force leader should report the Task Force activities and/or meeting results to the MWBP working group periodically, but if there is no issue on the Task Force the report may be omitted.



See main Working Group roadmap.


See also the minutes of past public meetings.


The Task Force's meetings are held every two weeks.

The meetings are opened to everyone in Mobile Web 2.0 forum.

Note that most meetings are in Korean, and local to Korea.

Face to Face Meetings

[To be defined]

Mailing Lists

[mailing list is about to be created, so following links may not work yet]

The Korean Task Force uses two dedicated public mailing lists:

Please note that emails may be in English or Korean.


Contacts: Seungyun Lee (ETRI), Task Force Leader
Daniel Appelquist, Jo Rabin, Chairs
Dominique Hazaël-Massieux and François Daoust, W3C Team Contacts
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