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W3C India Office to host International Conference

The W3C India Office is organizing an International Conference “World Wide Web: Technology, Standards and Internationalization – 2010” in New Delhi on May 6-7, 2010.

The conference will focus on promoting and proliferating W3C Standards in India to enable seamless Web access in Indian languages. One of the major topics covered in the conference will be Internationalization, especially in light of the complexity of implementing Indian languages.

Core Technology Tracks in the Conference include:

  1. W3C and Web Technologies
  2. Internationalization Aspects in W3C
  3. Web Access through mobile and hand-held devices
  4. CSS and Styling issues
  5. Web Architecture and Semantic Web
  6. Human Machine Interface for the Web
  7. Web Content Accessibility in Indian Languages
  8. W3C and E-Governance

The Conference will also attempt to evolve a Roadmap for proliferation and specific requirements for Indian Languages in W3C and associated standards.

See the W3C India Website.

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