Follow W3C Internationalization work
If you want to track the W3C Internationalization work, this page offers several alternatives.
The home page carries all the news postings. You can use links on the home page to search for specific news items by category, by date or by a straighforward search.
@multilingweb is a historic Twitter feed highlighting information related to the MultilingualWeb program. It tended to have a bias towards language technology and linked data. Posts to the feed were suspended in 2017.
Most of the discussion occurs on GitHub issue lists. The list of groups should point you to relevant GitHub repositories, where you can elect to follow issues. You may prefer to follow the www-international mailing list, since it receives a daily digest listing GitHub activity related to internationalisation.
If you prefer weekly digests, you can join public-i18n-core mailing list.
A number of other mailing lists are also used, mainly to receive notifications about specific locales or topics, to support the internationalization work at W3C. The best way to find lists to follow is, again, to check the list of groups. The lists are all archived.
Categorized news feeds
These links provide lists of news items filtered by category. Click on the icon for RDF feeds.
- All news posted to the home page.
- Requests for review. We usually request review of new resources prior to publication.
- New resources. Pointers to new articles, tests, documents, or other resources.
- Updated resources. Items that are not new, but which have been substantially updated.
- Needs translation. A useful feed for translators on the lookout for new or updated articles to work on.
- Language Enablement feeds to help you locate news about a particular area of the language enablement work: Africa • Arabic/Persian • Americas • Chinese • Ethiopic • Europe • Hebrew • India • Japanese • Korean • Mongolian • Southeast Asia • Tibetan