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Notes from Ian Jacobs for now
- I want to create a web site
- I want to build a mobile app
- I want to see if my site is accessible
- How do I include video in my site?
- I am writing a tool that uses HTML5. Are there tests available?
- I want to know how what the Web has to do with my industry
- How do I browse and ensure my privacy?
- I have a new idea for a web technology
- How do I use API xx in my web app?
- Use Web Technology and Standards
- Technology roadmap
- Specs (including news, heatmaps, etc.)
- Implementor resources (tests, IPR info)
- Developer resources (w3conf tools, training, documentation)
- Review specifications or provide feedback
- New ideas? See participation in groups
- Create Web Technology and Standards
- Innovation to Standardization (lifecycle, process, patent policy)
- Join a group (account, types of participation, agreements you sign)
- Start a new group (explain CG, WG, etc.)
- List of groups and related resources (people, mailing lists, etc.)
- Guide for participating in and running groups
- How the Web is Transforming Industry and Society
- Vertical stories (mobile, auto, publishing, tv)
- Horizontal stories (privacy, accessibility, security, internationalization)
- Web and Internet backgrounder
- How you can improve the Web
- What is the Web (and other essential questions)
- Basics of Architecture
- Relation to Internet
- Role of W3C
- Note: The purpose of this section is not to make W3C a site for new developers, but rather to give context so that people understand our role.
- Join the W3C Community
- Basics about the organizational structure, funding model, etc.
- Director and CEO
- Staff (with mention of Hosts, Offices)
- Many other contributors
- Relation to WF
- Support the W3C mission
- Sponsorship, donations, etc.