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Mailing List

This Interest Group has a dedicated public mailing list public-svg-ig@w3.org (public archive).

Though only SVG IG participants can post to the mailing list, anyone can read it or subscribe to the RSS feed.


This wiki is intended to be a collaborative space where we can all contribute. If you see a problem with typos, grammar, spelling, structure, or such, please feel free to correct it, after exercising due consideration on why others might have organized it the way it is. As a page grows and any one section gets more mature and longer, it is often useful to split that section out into its own page, with a link on the original page. Note that to edit this wiki, you will first have to create an account, and then ask Jeff Schiller or Doug Schepers to grant you edit permissions.

The most important thing you can do with this wiki is to put in substantive proposals for review by the SVG IG, and ultimately the SVG WG.

Issue Tracking

The SVG IG tracks all issues and action in the public-viewable Issue Tracker.


We hold regular telcons (teleconferences enhanced by IRC chat) on every other Thursday (every two weeks). We will also plan to have F2F (face-to-face) meetings. Agenda and Minutes are archived on the SVG IG mailing list. Some older agenda/minutes are listed here for posterity:

Day and Time

SVG IG Telcon Times
Location Time Day
UTC 14:00-15:00 Thursday
Paris 16:00-17:00 Thursday
Boston 10:00-11:00 Thursday
Chicago 9:00-10:00 Thursday
San Francisco/Seattle 7:00-8:00 Thursday
Sydney 00:00-01:00 Friday

The definitive time for the teleconference will always be listed on the W3C Calendar, so check there if there's some uncertainty about the time.

Phone Bridge

The Zakim bridge numbers are:

  • USA +1.617.761.6200,
  • France +
  • UK +44.117.370.6152

The conference code for all numbers is 78444 ("SVGIG"). The W3C provides user instructions for telcons with Zakim.


IRC Channel: irc://irc.w3.org:6665/ channel #svgig

Web Interface

If you do do not have an IRC client, or have trouble connecting to IRC from behind a firewall, W3C offers a browser-based IRC Web interface (note: you must have a Member or Invited Expert account to use this).