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W3C CEO Jeff Jaffe’s blog

From Innovation to Standard

Today we introduce Community Groups as a place for developers to collaborate on next generation Web technologies. Our stakeholders have told us that a lightweight environment for innovation is necessary because the market evolves at such a rapid pace. We...
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W3C Priorities and Milestones in 2011

Last year I published several posts about our efforts to establish a new vision for the W3C organization. I wanted to update you on how we have turned the results of the organizational vision task forces into specific plans and...
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Progress in Lyon – TPAC 2010

W3C met in Lyon, France 1-5 November for an annual W3C gathering we call "TPAC" (for Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee, pronounced "T-pack"). This was my first TPAC. Based on what I saw and what I heard it was a...
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Global and Accessible Web

Over the summer I did less blogging due to vacations. But I am in the middle of a series about our organizational task forces, so in the next few postings I will complete that series. I've blogged in detail about...
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The expanding Web platform

Last week I attended the www conference in Raleigh. It was my first technical conference since I joined W3C less than two months ago. Good conference. Keynotes, panels, technical sessions, poster sessions – all good. Lots of good work underway....
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