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This wiki is for connecting the W3C communities (Web developers, implementers, people who make the W3C specifications). The W3C has a formal track for making standards specifications. The specs answer a lot of questions, but not all of them. The wiki is used by many communities such as the Open Web Platform and the Semantic Web. You might want to contribute to W3C work

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Add links to events' wiki pages here:

See also:


Areas of HTML being developed

See also:

Open Web Platform


See for current specs. Work being done to improve specs in general:


An attempt to round up discussions about extensibility, versioning, naming, identifiers, registries, standards process.


Semantic Web

Security and Privacy

  • Security, starting around March 2006, for discussion on W3C Security-related specifications and enhancements to XML-Dsig
  • Using Web technologies implies traceability, logs, identification, therefore Privacy is becoming a growing concern from the community and need to be addressed at the technical level.



W3C Organization

Traditional Wiki starting points:

We also keep notes AboutThisService, like WikiUpgrade.

To be classified

stuff to move to SemanticWebTools:

another clump, perhaps for RDFApplicationsAndProjects: or two separate clumps: RDFApplications, RDFProjects?

Issues for HTML Working Group: