The World Wide Web Consortium
The World Wide Web is the universe of network-accessible
information. The World Wide Web Consortium exists to realize the full
potential of the Web.
W3C works with the global community to produce specifications and
reference code. W3C is funded by its members but its information and
products are freely available to all.
- More mission
- How W3C is positioned with respect to major players
- Commercial (Netscape, Microsoft)
- IETF and internet standards
- CommerceNet - JEPI
Who are the W3C members?
Who are the W3C team members?
Why should I join?
Membership in the W3C is open to any organization which signs a
membership agreement. The prospectus explains the consortium
to potential members.
Activities of the W3C
Members of the W3C team often give talks and presentations. In
most cases, you can find information and presentations on this web
site contained within the appropriate subject
or activity area. This is a collection of slides and
presentations from the past several years.
Ways to get involved
Frequently Asked Questions about W3C
- Mailing lists
- How to contact the team about issues
W3C is hosted by the
Laboratory for Computer Science at
in Europe by INRIA.