W3C has established a TPAC Diversity Fund, generously sponsored by W3C Members Siteimprove, The Paciello Group, Microsoft, Samsung Electronics, TetraLogical, Dyno Mapper, Adobe, Coil; and individual sponsor Marcos Cáceres. As an international organization, we can see the immense value we … Continue reading
In Campus Technology, author Dian Schaffhauser wrote App Allows for Open Annotation of Web Content; Schools Sign on to Pilot (February 15, 2019) Here is the text version: In the early 1990s, the creators of Netscape apparently built a function … Continue reading
On 31 January 2019, Claudia Cahalane, blogs editor and accessibility advocate of AbilityNet, wrote in Broadcast, in article “Where is TV audio description heading in 2019?”: […]It seems that on top of tech and financial challenges around growing AD across … Continue reading
At our 22 October 2018 meeting during TPAC 2018, we agreed to change the name and scope of the W3C Women CG and to enable everyone to participate. We’re now the W3C Inclusion and Diversity Community Group (IDCG)! We’ve converged … Continue reading
A quick note to reflect that today the W3C team invited the existing Positive Work Environment community and those interested from W3C Membership and groups, to join the newly created Positive Work Environment Community Group.
(Posted on behalf of Ossi) Deal all, As the MULTI-POS ITN project is now about to finish, it is time to close this community group. It turned out that the communications and the joint activities took effectively place outside this … Continue reading
The group co-chairs, Marcos, Yoav and Chris, wrote about this group yesterday on the W3C Blog: WICG: Evolving the Web from the ground up.
Yesterday via the “Restoring the first website” CERN Website, I discovered Accessing the line mode browser with 1960s tech, an interview of computer hobbyist Suhayl Khan, who shows us in a 15-minute video how to access the line-mode browser using … Continue reading
Mat Marquis was on The Big Web Show, episode 112 “Responsive Images Get Real”, published today. Quoting from the podcast page: Mat Marquis, chair of the W3C Responsive Images Community Group, sits down with Zeldman to discuss guidelines for responsive … Continue reading
I just happened on this post on the Adobe Blog, The W3C Updates Process for More Agile Standards Development, posted a few hours ago by Steve Zilles, who gives an overview of the purpose of the W3C updates to its … Continue reading