Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

W3C Relaunches HTML Activity

Category: W3C

The W3C has publicly invited browser vendors, application developers, and content designers to help design the next version of HTML by participating in the new W3C HTML Working Group.

Ian Hickson commented over at the WHATWG:

Surprisingly, the W3C never actually contacted the WHATWG during the chartering process. However, the WHATWG model has clearly had some influence on the creation of this group, and the charter says that the W3C will try to “actively pursue convergence with WHATWG”. Hopefully they will get in contact soon.

Want to be part of the effort? Join up.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 4:38 pm

3.7 rating from 26 votes


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I am interesting in the language ajax and I tried to solve problems with it. Thank you for this helpful article

Comment by Tobin Torches — August 18, 2007

Great news. I hope that IE and firefox will join the efforts of the W3C, but I think they won’t.

Comment by Toner Druckerpatronen — September 1, 2007

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I’ve find there everything I need.

Comment by real dvd directory — September 14, 2007

thanks for the info – I like to help developing the new HTML and will sign up now.

Best regards,

Comment by chris — September 14, 2007

thanks for the good info
Best regards

Comment by TeeBohne — October 7, 2007

Good News to Web developer

Comment by joshimate — September 2, 2008

yes good news indeed

Comment by Tribulus — October 1, 2008

thanks for the info.
net developer is good news.

Comment by Toner — January 26, 2010

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