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I volunteered to work on ideas for how we might increase participation within the W3C. I welcome anyone who wants to join me in this effort, and will be grateful for your help.

Please add your name and email address below. You don't have to put your affiliation, but are welcome to do so. At the same time, you do not need to have any affiliation other than "human" to have good ideas on this subject! (And we might accept ideas from other species, if they want to share! haha)

(I'd like suggestions on a better way to put one's email address. I have to imagine the spammers can harvest the email format I put, with no problem.)

 -- Ann Bassetti; Boeing AC rep, and Advisory Board member; ann dot bassetti at boeing dot com
 -- Coralie Mercier, W3C Comm Team; coralie at w3 dot org
 -- Kang-Hao (Kenny) Lu; Opera Software ASA employee (but only representing myself for now), and a native Chinese speaker who 
    has been trying to bring Chinese participants to W3C; kanghaol at oupeng dot com
 -- Qiuling Pan; Advisory Board member; pan dot qiuling at huawei dot com 
 -- put your name here ...

I suggest we reach out to Domenic Denicola, who just gave a talk on "getting involved in web standards". — Kang-Hao (Kenny) Lu 02:28, 15 October 2013 (UTC)

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