W3C today has 50 Working Groups, 15 Interest Groups, 132 Community Groups and 3 Business Groups. We are engaged in a growing number of developer relations activities and liaisons with dozens of other organizations to help improve the Web. We are also deepening our interactions with the digital publishing, mobile, television, automotive, and other industries. It can be challenging to get a good picture of what’s going on at W3C.
To help, we are publishing today W3C Highlights – August 2013. This report covers some recent and upcoming W3C work on the Open Web Platform. The report does not cover our full agenda, but I hope you find it useful. If there are exciting new areas of work that you think W3C should consider, please drop me a note, or launch a Community Group to get the discussion going.