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A daily fee helps W3C to partially offset wifi, audio visual, food and beverage costs for a five day event with multiple meetings.
As payments will be received by our European Host, ERCIM, the fees are displayed in EUR, however attendee will be able to pay in their own currency.
The per person, per day fees for participant, observer and guest are as follows:
To positively respond to an existing need and as recommended by the W3C Advisory Board in its May 2018 meeting, we invite you once again to support Invited Experts who participate actively in W3C groups and who request financial support to attend TPAC. We hope all attendees recognize the value of supporting IEs and will agree to a nominal 5% fee addition to the above rates, however there is the ability to opt out.
We believe that more diversity means better representation, which leads to better and more inclusive design. We believe that more background, more use cases, more edge cases, lead to the better Web. More diversity also brings higher quality results. (Read more in W3C's CEO blog post.)
W3C has established a TPAC Diversity Fund, generously sponsored by W3C Members Siteimprove, The Paciello Group, Microsoft, Samsung Electronics, TetraLogical, Dyno Mapper, Adobe, Coil, Google, Littleguy SL; and individual sponsor Marcos Cáceres.
Applicants should be from a group that is under-represented in the Web community, and unable to attend TPAC without financial help. The application form has further information notably on what “under-represented” means, and applications are due by 14 July for determination on July 26.
If you have any question, or if your organization or yourself wishes to become a sponsor, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a W3C Invited Expert, and meet the following requirements, you may state so in the registration form, and W3C will waive your registration fee:
If you have any question, please write to email@example.com, and we will give you more information.
Cancellations and requests for refunds must be received by 6 September 2019. Refund requests will not be honored after that time. Refunds will be subject to a EUR 50 cancellation fee.
To cancel your registration and request a refund, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.