Near field communications (NFC)
The aim is to enable Web applications to be able to interact with NFC tags, and to interact with other NFC devices in a peer to peer mode, or via NFC tag emulation.
How to get involved
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In case of further questions, please contact the following:
- Dave Raggett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Call for Proposals
We are inviting proposals and collecting them on github, see:
Please format your proposals as a W3C working drafts, and use the W3C Document License. If you have a draft specification covering part or all of the charter's scope that you would like the working group to publish as a First Public Working Draft, please use the following two-step process:
- Send a pull request to add your document to the "proposals" directory in https://github.com/w3c/nfc. If you're unfamiliar with GitHub, these step-by-step directions will help you create a pull request.
- Once your pull request has been merged, start a new thread on public-nfc announcing your proposal, ideally with the name of the deliverable in the subject.
Please format your proposals as a W3C working drafts, and use the W3C Document License. There are a number of tools you can use to help you format your proposal, e.g. ReSpec and Anolis. Once your proposal is on github, please start a new thread on public-nfc announcing your proposal, ideally with the name of the deliverable in the subject.
Working group participants should feel free to discuss proposals as they are submitted. We'll seek consensus about which of the proposals we want to publish as First Public Working Drafts. If we get multiple proposals, the working group might want to combine multiple proposals into a single working draft.