W3 Mailing lists
This is a list of the mailing lists maintained by the W3C concerning
World-Wide Web development and discussions. See also the Mail Robot, and
all the commands in the help file
not send administration requets directly to the mailing
lists. All administativia like subscriptions, unsubscriptions, and
queries must be send to the list mail robot:
As an example, to join one of the lists, send
electronic mail to the robot
with the single line in the body
subscribe www-announce your name
for example to get onto the
www-announce list. Mailing lists are as follows, all
- Anyone interested inWWW, its progress, new data sources, new software
releases. Previously called
www-interest, and renamed
because of confusion. Please refrain from posting administrivia to
this list! We want to keep it low volume, large membership. See basic file
- Technical discussions of the
HyperText Markup Language HTML and its future design. Also, style sheets are discussed here. Design
discussions only, please, not newcomer questions. See hypertext archive and basic file archive.
- Technical discussion about WWW
proxies, caching, and future directions for servers.
See basic file
- Technical discussion for those
developing WWW software or with that deep an interest. (Please keep
this to WWW technical design only. NOT general questions from
non-developers, which should go to the newsgroup, NOR for HTML topics
which should goto www-html above.) See the Hypertext Archive, also serial recent archive, 1991 , 1992 , 1993q1 , 1993q2 , and .and index of recent messages.
- Discussion of gatewaying relational databases into WWW. See basic file archive.
Last updated March 13, 1995