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Evaluation and Repair Tools Working Group Face-to-face Meeting on 17-18 October, 2005 in St. Augustin, Germany

Hosted by Fraunhofer Gesellschaft

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Participation is open to participants in good standing of W3C/WAI's Evaluation and Repair Tools Working Group (ERT WG). If you are not currently a participant in good standing, but wish to attend please contact Shadi Abou-Zahra (Chair and Team contact).

The meeting is scheduled for two days to discuss major issues related to the advancement of EARL 1.0 towards a W3C Recommendation.


Registration is required and is open until 10 October 2005. The registration system is password protected. Please use the Account Password Recovery if you forgot your login details. If you have not previously requested a login, please follow the instructions below and contact Shadi Abou-Zahra with any questions.

Step 1: Request login information

Step 2: Fill out the registration form

After you have your login information, fill out the registration form.


All times are Central European Time Zone (CET):

Monday, 17 October

Tuesday, 18 October



Fraunhofer Institute FIT
Schloss Birlinghoven
53754 Sankt Augustin, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 2241/14-2808
Fax: +49 (0) 2241/14-2080


Closest international airports are Bonn/Cologne (25 km) and Düsseldorf (65 km); Frankfurt is 160 km away with a high-speed train connection to Siegburg (town located 3km away from Sankt Augustin). Further information about transportation can be found in the directions page from FIT


Please find a selection of recommended nearby hotels, more information about lodging can be found on the directions page from FIT.

Hotel Hangelar
The institute is around 2km uphill from the hotel.
Hotel Golf Course
Very close to the institute (300 m), but in a very isolated environment.
Hotel Regina
A little bit farther than the above, but also very close.


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