This group was closed
on 2018-05-24 as it reached the end of its charter and no
further progress was expected. A new Chinese
Web Interest Group (Charter),
with a mission of enhancing the participation in Web standards work
from Chinese Web community, is now created. Welcome to subscribe
for public discussion of the group.
The mission of the HTML5 Chinese Interest Group, part of the HTML Activity, is to facilitate focused discussion in Chinese of the HTML5 specification and of specifications closely related to HTML5, to gather comments and questions in Chinese about those specifications, to collect information about specific use cases in Chinese speaking region for technologies defined in those specifications, and to report the results of its activities as a group back to the HTML Working Group, as well as to other relevant groups and to the W3C membership and community.Check the detailed charter
How to join the group
Participation in the HTML5 Chinese IG is open both to W3C members and to public participants. Individuals who wish to join the group must do so with the understanding that Chinese (Traditional or Simplified) is the principle language for communication in the group.
To join the HTML5 Chinese Interest Group, complete the following steps:
- Send an e-mail message to the address firstname.lastname@example.org with the word subscribe in the Subject field of the message. You will then receive an e-mail message asking if you confirm that you wish to join the group.
- Send a reply to the confirmation e-mail message (the contents of the message body of your reply do not matter). You will then receive an e-mail message stating, “You have been added to the subscriber list of email@example.com”. Done.
If you would like to join regular teleconference calls in the future, please read the instructions as this requires you to join this group formally.
中文HTML5与相关技术的讨论. Chinese-language discussion of HTML5 and related technologies.
public-i18n-cjk is a public mailing list, maintained by the W3C, for discussions relating to Chinese, Japanese and Korean text on the Web. If you participate in this list you are part of the W3C Internationalization Interest Group. (You may wish to also subscribe to the main IG list, see www-international.)
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