Ways to participate in W3C‘s work is described in general elsewhere. What this means for the Semantic Web is
- participation in active Working or Interest Groups (this typically requires W3C membership):
- Rule Interchange Working Group
- RDB2RDF Working Group
- SPARQL Working Group
- Health Care and Life Sciences Interest Group
- Media Fragments Working Group
- Media Annotation Working Group
- Semantic Sensor Networks Incubator Group
- Social Web Incubator Group (invited experts welcome; talk to the chairs)
- Provenance Incubator Group
- participation in communities and mailing list (usually open to the public):
- participate in the discussions possibly happening on this Wiki
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