Tag Archives: election

TAG By-Election: 2015

The Technical Architecture Group normally holds an election every year for seats that have come to the end of their elected terms. However, under certain circumstances, the TAG must run a special election (sometimes referred to as a by-election). Such a special election is now taking place, to fill the vacated seat of David Herman […]


By design, five of the participants on the TAG are elected by the members of W3C. That means that the membership of W3C have a direct influence over the composition of the TAG and therefore over its technical direction, priorities and mandate. In practice, this has meant that in the past couple of years we have […]

TAG Election: Decision 2013

Within the W3C, the TAG is chartered with the “stewardship” of Web Architecture: to document and build consensus around principles of Web architecture and to interpret and clarify these principles when necessary; to resolve issues involving general Web architecture brought to the TAG; to help coordinate cross-technology architecture developments inside and outside W3C. It’s one […]

The Upcoming TAG By-Election

A by-election happens when an office becomes vacant between usually scheduled elections. Such a situation has recently developed in the TAG and we are now in the middle of a special election process to fill a seat vacated by Marcos Caceres, due to his recent affiliation change.  Two candidates have been put forward by their respective […]