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W3C Dev Meetup 2018 retrospective

Taking advantage of the presence of world renowned Web experts attending the TPAC18 week last October in Lyon, the W3C developer relations team organized a developer meetup featuring five prominent speakers and twelve demonstrations. Hosted by the University of Lyon, this event was made possible with the support from Qwant, Microsoft, Mozilla, NTT Communications, StickerMule, […]
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W3C Strategic Highlights: Meeting Industry Needs (Web Payments)

(This post is part of a series recapping the October 2018 W3C Strategic Highlights. This post does not include significant updates since the October 2018 report. For more recent news, please see the Web Payments Working Group home page.) The mission of the Web Payments Working Group is to make payments easier and more secure on the Web. […]
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W3C Strategic Highlights: Future Web Standards

Future Web Standards W3C has a variety of mechanisms for listening to what the community thinks could become good future Web standards. These include discussions with the Membership, discussions with other standards bodies, the activities of thousands of participants in over 300 community groups, and W3C Workshops. There are lots of good ideas. The W3C […]
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W3C Strategic Highlights: Introduction

Over the next few weeks and months we’ll be exploring the latest W3C Strategic Highlights document here in the W3C blog in a bit more depth in order to give a deeper overview of the work W3C does to consolidate, optimize and enhance the existing landscape, which includes innovation, incubation, and research for the growth and strength of […]
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The Digital Enterprise – W3C Graph Data Workshop

Data and data services are increasingly strategically important for businesses. This is reflected in initiatives such as the EU’s Digitising European Industry Initiative, and claims by Mckinsey that by 2025, digitization is expected to contribute $2 trillion to US GDP. Meanwhile, China plans to boost its trillion dollar digital economy to drive job creation in […]
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How to Create Accessibility Statements

Accessibility statements inform users about the accessibility of your website, mobile application, and other digital content. They demonstrate your commitment to accessibility, and to the inclusion of people with disabilities. They can be as simple as briefly outlining that commitment and providing information on how users can get help, should they encounter difficulty in using […]
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EPUBCheck intermediate 4.1 release

As announced in EPUBCheck revision initialized post, a maintenance release of EPUBCheck as been published in time by the DAISY Consortium. This version 4.1.0 includes various improvements and bug fixes that have been contributed over the past two years. See https://github.com/w3c/epubcheck/releases The Steering Committee of the Publishing Business Group at W3C wants to thank the […]
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