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This page collects general information about the liaison between the IETF and the W3C.
The World Wide Web Consortium is charged with "leading the Web to its full potential," and as part of that maintains several specifications that are used widely in the IETF, including HTML, the XML family of specifications, and SOAP.
The current liaison representatives of the W3C can be found in the W3C's table of liaisons.
The W3C's Process document details considerations regarding liaisons.
The Internet Engineering Task Force maintains most Internet "core" standards (e.g., BGP, IP, TCP, DNS) and many Web-related "application" standards (e.g., HTTP, URI, Atom).
The current liaison representatives are listed in the IETF's table of liaisons.
- RFC4052: IAB Processes for Management of IETF Liaison Relationships
- Procedures for Handling Liaison Statements to and from the IETF
- RFC4601: Guidelines for Acting as an IETF Liaison to Another Organization (informational)
- List of IETF liaison statements
Liaison Mailing Lists
- email@example.com This list is used to find appropriate venues for discussions. Substantive technical discussion happen elsewhere.
- There is a private mailing list for administrative and confidential issues, available to the liaison representatives, IESG members, and W3C Team members. Contact your liaison representative for more information.
Meeting minutes are published after being approved.
- 5 Mar 2013
- 1 Oct 2012
- 3 Jul 2012
- 29 Feb 2012
- 29 Nov 2011
- 30 Sep 2011
- 18 Jul 2011
- 13 Jun 2011
- 21 Apr 2011
- 11 Mar 2011
- 16 Sep 2010
- 09 Jul 2010
- 02 Mar 2010
- 08 Oct 2009
- 15 Jun 2009
- 14 May 2009
- 13 Mar 2009
- 6 Jan 2009
- 10 Jun 2008
- 7 Mar 2007
- 1 Nov 2006
- June 2002
Current / Ongoing Issues
Notes on issues of interest to the liaison.