The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential.
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w3.org - ietf home is here. 3767 31842
by Tom Bergan
This mailing list is for technical discussion on Web Style Sheets. This is a focused discussion area: all posts to this list must be about style sheets. 9690 63210
by Janina Sajka <janina...
w3.org - i18n home is here. 2208 7121
by Phil Archer-4
w3.org - semantic web home is here. 17177 41755
by Laura Hollink
The Resource Description Framework (RDF) integrates a variety of applications from library catalogs and world-wide directories to syndication and aggregation of news, software, and content to personal collections of music, photos, and events using XML as an interchange syntax. The RDF specifications provide a lightweight ontology system to support the exchange of knowledge on the Web. w3.org - rdf home is here. 7714 14821
by Miel Vander Sande
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by Nikos Andronikos
This is the archive of the public discussion list of the W3C Technical Architecture Group. Please limit your use of this list to discussions issues of Web architecture. 2693 13724
by Melvin Carvalho
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by Andy Keyworth
w3c Document Object Model (DOM). w3.org - dom home is here. 1602 5496
by Travis Leithead-2
www-math is a public mailing list, maintained by W3C, for comments and discussion on MathML, HTML and math on the Web. 761 3166
by Frédéric Wang-2
These are the archives of spec-prod@w3.org, a public mailing list devoted to mechanisms for producing and managing W3C specifications. 343 2077
by Marcos Caceres-4
These are the archives of W3C Weekly News, a public email newsletter that describes the week's W3C publications, events and announcements. 475 479
by W3C Newsletter
w3.org - xml home is here. 2549 6528
by Tom Auger
Discussing about HTML Tidy. 411 764
by Geoff McLane
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by r12a via GitHub
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by Dave Raggett
This list is for coordinating the development of test suites for the various CSS related specifications. See test suites for more information. 1571 4704
by Geoffrey Sneddon-4
www-html is a public mailing list intended to be used for technical discussion among those interested in enhancing the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) or building systems that support HTML. 508 3062
by Michael[tm] Smith
This list is for public discussion of the activities of the W3C Multimodal Interaction WG. 501 674
by Deborah Dahl
A list for discussion of the use and design of voice applications on the Web, and more specifically, feedback on the W3C VoiceXML specifications. 968 2499
by Steven Olmsted
Public mailing list for discussing translations of W3C specifications, and official place to notify W3C about translations as required in the Copyright FAQ. 2601 4950
by Xueyuan Jia
w3.org - validator home is here. 3736 10274
by Jukka K. Korpela
For some facilities in PNG, there are a number of alternatives defined, and this International Standard allows other alternatives to be defined by registration. According to the rules for the designation and operation of registration authorities in the ISO/IEC Directives, the ISO and IEC Councils have designated the following as the registration authority: Email:png-group@w3.org 78 93
by Glenn Randers-Pehrso...
For discussion of the Web Ontology Language (OWL), from specifications to tools to applications, tutorials, books, and so on. 1805 3460
by Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz
Archives Archives of uri@w3.org and historical archives of uri@bunyip.com 299 2177
by Graham Klyne-2
The World Wide Web is more and more used for application to application communication. The programmatic interfaces made available are referred to as Web services. The goal of the Web Services Activity is to develop a set of technologies in order to lead Web services to their full potential. The Web Services Activity Statement explains the W3C's work on this topic in more detail. Note: The XML Protocol Activity was incorporated in the Web Services Activity in January 2002. w3.org - web services home is here. 3901 5870
by Robertas Damaševičiu...
Public discussion forum for discussion of annotations. 92 147
by Sebastian Hellmann-2
Purpose: Discussion of the IRI specification. 516 2081
by Sebastian Hellmann-2
Cwm (pronounced coom) is a general-purpose data processor for the semantic web, somewhat like sed, awk, etc. for text files or XSLT for XML. It is a forward chaining reasoner which can be used for querying, checking, transforming and filtering information. Its core language is RDF, extended to include rules, and it uses RDF/XML or RDF/N3 (see Notation3 Primer) serializations as required. w3.org - cwm home is here. 290 606
by Dörthe Arndt-2
Amaya is a Web editor, i.e. a tool used to create and update documents directly on the Web. Browsing features are seamlessly integrated with the editing and remote access features in a uniform environment. This follows the original vision of the Web as a space for collaboration and not just a one-way publishing medium. w3.org - amaya home is here. 1568 3883
by NeonJohn
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by Ivan Herman-2
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by Adam Retter-2
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by Julian Reschke
This is public-evangelist@w3.org, the Web standards education and outreach forum hosted by the Quality Assurance Interest Group at W3C. 101 285
by Jens Oliver Meiert-2
This is the public mailing list on query languages, including (but not limited to) discussion on the XML-Query project. 64 152
by Liam R. E. Quin
Purpose: Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group public mailing list. 927 2348
by Peter Linss
Purpose: Public discussion of issues related to the Compound Document Formats Working Group and Activity. 210 638
by naaz
public-qt-comments (qt stands for Query and Transform) is for public feedback on the following W3C specifications published by the XML Query and XSL Working Groups. 7507 13696
by Bugzilla from bugzil...
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by Yannick Pierson
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by Sanja C.
www-talk is a public mailing list, maintained by W3C, for technical discussion among those developing World Wide Web software. 151 432
by softwatt
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by Equality California
This is the public archive of W3C's QA IG mailing-list, where discussion on topics related to W3C's Quality assurance and reviews of the work done W3C's QA WG take place. 169 416
by Mei Nelly
This mailing list is dedicated to discussion of Web description languages based on URI/IRI and HTTP, and aligned with the Web and REST Architecture. Unlike WSDL (Web Services Description Language), such languages are not targeted towards description of Web Services. 51 129
by Ivanco Maros
This is the mailing list of the Z39.50 implementors group (ZIG). 46 86
by Ralph LeVan
The Extensible Stylesheet Language Family (XSL). 238 411
by Bugzilla from bugzil...
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by Ian Jacobs-2
Libwww - the W3C Protocol Library. w3.org - lib home is here.
Sub-Forums: w3.org - www-lib
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by Will Dietz
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by Steven Pemberton-3
Purpose: This list is used for announcements from the TAG of minutes, meeting summaries, findings, new issues, resolved issues, and drafts of architecture documents. This list is publicly readable but writable only by the Team. 55 59
by Noah Mendelsohn
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by Emmanuel Pietriga-2
Public mailing list for comments on Web Services Description Working Group documents. 197 268
by Grzegorz Grzybek
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by Liam R. E. Quin
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by srinivasarao vegunta
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by David Wood-18
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by Arthur Barstow
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by Hugo Teixeira
This list is for the discussion of annotea development. It is likely to be high trafic and only interesting to developers. If you wish to join the annotation development team, please send mail to the maintainer describing your and areas of interest/expertise. 13 19
by Hugo Teixeira
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by Tomasz Bondaruk
Public mailing list for discussion of general issues of accessing the Web from mobile devices. This list will also be used by the Device Independence Working Group to ask for comments on its public documents relating to CC/PP. 129 138
by bshbsh
Purpose: The public Device Description Working Group mailing list. 208 612
by Tammy-4
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by Michael Chan-7
The list for public comments about the XQuery/Xpath2 testing activity. 25 59
by Michael Chan-7
Purpose: Topics and feedback related to the SVG Print specification. 23 35
by Michael Chan-7
This list is for discussions between users/writers of schemata in any language (W3 XML Schema, RelaxNG, for example); in particular authors of modular and reusable schemata. Discussion of ways to combine schemata produced by different groups (such as NVDL), authoring best practices, and practical aspects such as level of support in different tools, are all on topic. 27 52
by Michael Chan-7
Follow-up discussion of the rules workshop held in April 2005. http://www.w3.org/2004/12/rules-ws/ 19 29
by Michael Chan-7
Public mailing list for discussion on compound documents and component extensions, and how to integrate various specifications produced by the Document Formats and Interaction domains. 18 19
by Michael Chan-7
Purpose: Public discussion forum for the W3C Glossary project. 8 12
by Dominique Hazael-Mas...
Purpose: Web Services Task Force of the Internationalization Working Group. 31 32
by Chai Teck Yoong
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by Ian Hickson
Public mailing list for discussion of general issues relating to Device Independence, and in particular device independent markup and authoring. This list will also be used by the Device Independence Working Group to ask for comments on its public documents relating to DI principles, authoring challenges and techniques and device characteristics. 46 99
by stephane boyera
This is a discussion forum for the XML Processing Model Working Group. 1 1
by nandana
Purpose: These are the archives of public-web-plugins@w3.org. W3C has established this mailing list to provide a public discussion space for those concerned with recent court decisions associated with US Patent# 5,838,906. 13 16
by Natalia-4