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Monthly Archives: April 2011

New eGovernment Groups Proposal

April 21, 2011

Earlier this month, the W3C staff proposed that the eGovernment Interest Group be re-chartered and a new Working Group be formed to create W3C Recommendations for Government Linked Data (GLD).
For more details, see the Activity Proposal. Members of the W3C Advisory Committee are encouraged to provide feedback before 29 April using WBS.

Posted by: Sandro Hawke at 3:36 pm categories: Events

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