The Web continues to be vital for information sharing, commerce, entertainment, education, social interaction, etc. Please visit the INRIA/W3C France booth (stand #54) to learn and discuss about the W3C Open Web platform which is transforming all our industries and ways of interacting each other. There you will find brochures, flyers and goodies, W3C's Mobile Web Application Best Practices cards, HTML5 stickers, etc.
Learn about more W3C events.
INRIA: Muriel Droin
W3C: Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Marie-Claire Forgue (+188.8.131.52.33.41) who will be on site.
Shape the Web at W3C!
Participate in a W3C Community or Business Group
Interested in building community around a Web technology? W3C has created Community Groups and Business Groups so that developers, designers, and anyone passionate about the Web has a place to have discussions and publish documents. Community Groups are designed to promote innovation and to lower barriers to individual participation, and are:
- open to all
- without fee
- quick to start
- without time limit
- IPR balanced (Royalty-Free Patent Policy, permissive Copyright)
...and more! As for Business Groups, they provide companies anywhere in the world with access to the expertise and community needed to develop open Web technology.
A slide presentation introduction to Community and Business Groups is available.
W3C Members lead the development of Web standards and work with technology leaders in a respected, vendor-neutral forum. Learn how your organization can take a Web leadership role as a W3C Member or participate in a way best-suited to your organization's needs.
W3C Members have indicated that what is most important to them about their Membership is:
- The opportunity to interact and work directly with the leading companies, organizations, and individuals in the Web world;
- The ability to provide strategic direction to the Consortium through review of W3C Activity proposals and operational policies;
- Participation in W3C Working Groups, where specifications and guidelines are developed, and in W3C Interest Groups, where discussions are conducted;
Find more about W3C membership here.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the leading international forum for the technical development and stewardship of the Web. The W3C community creates open standards that define how the Web works. These include standards for technology and best practices such as HTML, XML, CSS, VoiceXML, and WCAG. Created in 1994 by Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web, W3C seeks to build the open Web platform, whose benefits extend to all people, on any device, anywhere. Learn more about W3C at http://www.w3.org/.
Established in 1967, Inria is the only public research body fully dedicated to computational sciences. Combining computer sciences with mathematics, Inria's 3,400 researchers strive to invent the digital technologies of the future. Educated at leading international universities, they creatively integrate basic research with applied research and dedicate themselves to solving real problems, collaborating with the main players in public and private research in France and abroad and sharing the fruits of their work with innovative companies. The researchers at Inria published over 4,800 articles in 2010. They are behind over 270 active patents and 105 start-ups. In 2010, Inria's budget came to 252.5 million euros, 26% of which represented its own resources. For more information: http://www.inria.fr/.