Hi Community and Business Group participants! W3C announced that we are conducting a survey through 5 May 2013 about the W3C brand. Please take a moment to share your views on who W3C is to you and who we should … Continue reading
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Thanks to the people who could join today’s call; see minutes. We talked about: * some process issues (notably Chair selection, but also some about decision making). * some copyright topics (cc-by groups, moving cla/fsa to cc-by, and alternative copyright … Continue reading
Following discussion of CGs during TPAC 2012 earlier this month, I would like to convene a meeting of the council to review some of the topics covered and next steps. Agenda: Policy Chair selection algorithm Update on some copyright topics … Continue reading
The Community and Business Group system now includes a feature to publish specifications. Here’s how it works: You must be a Chair (and logged in) to publish. There is a link to a form for publishing that is available to … Continue reading
Hello, I have published a Patent and Copyright Policy Summary for Community and Business Groups. I welcome feedback. Ian
Community Groups are starting to publish drafts, I would like to give you an update on tools and resources associated with publication. There are two deeds available, one for the CLA and one for the Final Specification Agreement (CLA deed, … Continue reading
W3C has launched the Ontology-Lexica Community Group Community Group. (Our apologies for not announcing this group on the date of its creation.) The mission of the Ontology-Lexicon community group is to: (1) Develop models for the representation of lexica (and … Continue reading
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Welcome, all. Today we leave beta and launch W3C Community and Business Groups for all. Many thanks to the people who created groups during our beta. This helped us tremendously, and it was exciting to see people start work on … Continue reading