The W3C SVG Working Group, is a public group to continue development on a vector graphics format, and associated details such as APIs and multimedia. The language is meant to bring rich, interactive, and interoperable graphics to the Web and the desktop. W3C Members are invited to join the SVG WG.
|Charter||Until 29 February 2024|
|Members||list of SVG Working Group members|
|Public discussion firstname.lastname@example.org (archive)|
|Public, WG-only mailing email@example.com (archive)|
|Teleconferences||As needed, See the Meetings page for details.|
|SVG 2||Candidate Recommendation (Sept 2016), Editor's Draft, repo, planning|
|SVG-AAM||Working Draft (Sept 2016), [https://w3c.github.io/aria/svg-aam/svg-aam.html Editor's draft|
The Working Group conducts its technical work on GitHub issues.
Public feedback or questions about SVG2 or SVG-AAM may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, or preferably, submitted as GitHub issues.
For answers to some common questions, please see the SVG FAQ.
We hold telcons (teleconferences enhanced by IRC chat), as needed. Meeting minutes are posted to to email@example.com.
The SVG WG charter is publicly available.
For a current list of Members organizations of the SVG WG, see the Public database.
The SVG Working Group provides test suites for it's specifications.
Accepted test formats are: