- 1 Latest Updates
- 2 Current Status of Deliverables
- 3 WebConf Meetings
- 4 Face-to-Face Meetings
- 5 Mailing Lists
- 6 Other Resources
- 2016-09-22: Meeting at TPAC 2016
Current Status of Deliverables
Ongoing work documents
From April 2016 on, the complete IG has weekly WebConf meetings. The exception is the Communications Strategy Task Force, which has a WebConf on a monthly basis and conducts most of its business via email.
- Interest Group WebConf page with details, agenda for the next meeting, action item tracker, and minutes archive
- W3C WebConf system quick start guide
The tentative dates and locations for upcoming meetings
- 6-9 February 2017, Santa Clara, California, USA
- 15-18 May 2017, Osaka, Japan (Panasonic)
- 24-27 July 2017, Germany
- 6-10 November 2017, TPAC2017, Burlingame, California, USA (W3C)
- F2F meeting, 19-23 September 2016, Portugal, Lisbon (@ W3C TPAC 2016)
- F2F meeting: 20-22 April 2015 in Munich hosted by Siemens
- Joint IRTF T2T RG / W3C WoT IG meeting 18-19 July 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic , directions
- F2F meeting 29-31 July 2015 in Sunnyvale CA hosted by Fujitsu
- F2F meeting 29-30 October 2015, Sapporo, Japan hosted by W3C
- Joint meeting between IRTF T2T RG and W3C WoT IG , 31 Oct - 1 Nov 2015, collocated with IETF 94
- F2F meeting, 26–28 January 2016, France, Nice hosted by Eurecom
- IAB workshop on Semantic Semantic Interoperability, 17-18 March 2016, San Jose, CA, USA, hosted by Ericsson
- F2F meeting 2016, April, 11th - 13th, Montreal, Canada
- F2F meeting 11-14 July 2016, Bejing, China, hosted by CETC
We use the public mailing list for discussions. We encourage the use of prefixes in email to help identify emails relating to task forces or for meeting agendas, e.g. if you have an agenda request for an upcoming meeting please start the subject line with [agenda]. Sticky topics and action items should be tracked using the GitHub Issues.
- email@example.com: Public mailing list for discussions
- firstname.lastname@example.org: W3C Member-only list, which may be used for sharing sensitive information if needed. Only the official members of the group are subscribed to this list and can post to it
- email@example.com: Additional list for the Communications and Collaboration task force
The first time you send an email to any W3C list you will get a response with a link to a form for W3C's archive approval system. This requires you to choose between the following options:
- YES, W3C may archive this message on its Web site.
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If you do not respond, your email to the list will your message will not be archived online or distributed to the list. If you lose the email with the link please contact the staff contact (Dave Raggett).
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