The Future of the Web Page

Panel session, W3C Track @ WWW2007 - 9 May 2007

Technological progress of the past 15 years has helped the World Wide Web get closer to its original vision of a rich information space based on hyperlinking: a Web of data for humans and machines, enabling powerful applications and services. What about the Web Page? It is still the basic model of most of the Web today? Will these advances obsolete it, enrich it, or mutate it? This session gathers experts from various fields and technologies to reflect on and discuss its future.



9 May 2007, 15:30-17:00


W3C Track of the 16th International World Wide Web Conference - WWW2007, to be held at Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff National Park, on 8-12 May 2007, Canada. The session will take place in the Cascade Ballroom of the hotel.


Steph Troeth (WaSP/CloudRaker) was on the lineup but could not attend.

Presentations (15:30 ~ 16:00)

Panel and Q&A (16:00 ~ 17:00)

After the presentations, the participants of the panel discussed on the topic of the future of the Web page, with participation from the audience.» Discussion Minutes

olivier Thereaux - Session Chair Marie-Claire Forgue - W3C Track Chair