Join W3C in Discussions on HTML5, Linked Open Data at WWW2010

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W3C invites WWW2010 conference participants to attend two W3C track sessions on April 29 and 30 in Raleigh, North Carolina (USA). Responding to the Web community’s demand for open discussion on the future of HTML5 and Linked Data, W3C organizes this year an HTML5 camp and a Linked Open Data camp. Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director, will lead off the Linked Open Data camp and participate in discussions on topics such as open data deployment in government and managing privacy as the Web of data grows. At the HTML5 camp on April 30, W3C staff will lead discussions on what developers can expect today and in the near future from the open Web platform that is HTML5. W3C’s Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Jaffe and several other W3C staff will participate in and lead events at WWW2010 and other co-located meetings. Read the media advisory for more information.

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