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Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) Activity Statement

One goal of the Web, since its inception, has been to build a global community in which any party can share information with any other party. To achieve this goal, the Web makes use of a single global identification system: the URI. URIs are a cornerstone of Web architecture, providing identification that is common across the Web. —Architecture of the World Wide Web, Volume One, section 2

The W3C URI Interest Group, in collaboration with the W3C Technical Architecture Group supports the IETF URI and IRI specifications.

Highlights Since the Previous Advisory Committee Meeting

Milestones in the URI Activity:

Upcoming Activity Highlights

This Activity has now closed. This page will not be updated any further.

The URI Interest Group is scheduled to continue through January 2007. Review of Guidelines and Registration Procedures for new URI Schemes is concluding. We expect it to update RFC 2718 in the coming months.

Summary of Activity Structure

GroupChairTeam ContactCharter
URI Interest GroupNorman Walsh, Dan ConnollyDan ConnollyChartered until 28 February 2007

This Activity Statement was prepared for the May 2007 W3C Advisory Committee Meeting (Members only) per section 5 of the W3C Process Document. Generated from group data.

Dan Connolly, URI Activity Lead
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