This is the list of past Community and Business Groups.
The mission of this group is to create a CSS Module to define the rate of change of CSS property values.
News, publications, and more on the CSS Rates and Velocities Community Group home page.
News, publications, and more on the Colloquial Web Community Group home page.
This group closed in September 2013. Work has moved to the Web and Mobile Interest Group (http://www.w3.org/Mobile/IG/). The goal of the Core Mobile Web Platform Community Group (CG) is to accelerate the adoption of the Mobile Web as a compelling platform for the development of modern mobile web applications. In order to achieve this mission, the CG will bring developers, equipment manufacturers, browser vendors, operators and other relevant members of the industry together to agree on core features developers can depend on, create related conformance test suites and provide to W3C (and non-W3C) groups use cases, scenarios, and other input related to successful mobile development. Read the full charter: http://www.w3.org/community/coremob/charter/
News, publications, and more on the Core Mobile Web Platform Community Group home page.
News, publications, and more on the Digital Publication Community Group home page.
Exchange of electrophysiological data for post-processing including in clinical trials is gaining increasing importance. Although manufacturers of electrophysiological devices usually provide means for exporting data, these are often restricted to either proprietary or ASCII-based formats which do not provide access to raw data or protocol details. With the need for central reading in multi-centre trials this becomes a major problem. The reading process usually requires all details of a measurement, to allow for properly monitoring compliance with study protocols. Standards for exchanging data have already been approved for other applications of electrmophysiology including EEG or ECG. However, these standards are usually focused on their specific field of application. Common standards are also available, like GDF (General Data Format for Biosignals), EDF (European Data Format), or HL7 and DICOM; however, these standards either do not match the specific requirements of ophthalmic electrophysiology or the efforts to adapt them are very high. Therefore we are proposing an open standard for the exchange of data for electrophysiology of vision based on the Extensible Markup Language (XML).
News, publications, and more on the Electrophysiology of Vision Markup Language Community Group home page.
This is a group for coordination between developers in the broader community, browser vendors, and specification writers about addressing the existing issues with Application Cache. Closed on 2013-02-05; see http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-fixing-appcache/2013Feb/0005.html
News, publications, and more on the Fixing Application Cache Community Group home page.
This group was created to invent and support new and more secure methods for payments over the internet. Using one's credit card is insecure while using online pay through a third party is tedious, costly and not without legal issues. There is a huge demand for secure online paying. It is time to give the people what they want. It is time to turn the browser into a e-wallet.
News, publications, and more on the Future of e-payments Community Group home page.
Note: Work has moved to the Read Write Web Community Group. ISS/IM is an open set of standards that empowers individuals to discover and syndicate information through the help of their own personal social network. As of today, there is no existing technology that allows individuals to share information in a bottom-up manner on a global scale. ISS/IM is a proposal to create just that: a distributed worldwide recommender system perfectly tuned to output a very personalized stream of information for each individual, where information flows from the personal social network towards the whole wide world.
News, publications, and more on the Instant Syndicating Standards Community Group home page.
NOTE: On 2014-03-17, this group closed in favor of the ORTC CG; please visit http://www.w3.org/community/ortc/ A group of like-minded individuals that are interested in the Object-RTC API model for WebRTC. It's likely these individuals or organizations are also taking part in the IETF RTCWEB and W3C WebRTC working group discussions.
News, publications, and more on the ORCA - Object-RTC API Community Group home page.
This group has closed. Work continues in the Read Write Web Community Group http://www.w3.org/community/rww/
News, publications, and more on the Uncertainty, Trust and the Semantic Web Community Group home page.