Device Description Repository Simple API is a W3C Recommendation
As per an announcement on behalf of Tim Berners-Lee, Director of W3C, from Ian Jacobs, Head of W3C Communications comes the news that the W3C DDWG Device Description Repository Simple API (DDR Simple API) is now a W3C Recommendation. 
As Chair of the DDWG I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who was involved in bringing this specification to a conclusion, especially the co-editors.
The group will now be entering a "maintenance mode", where the Web pages, wiki and blog will track further developments involving DDWG technologies. This will also include the official errata, if necessary. Members of the group will continue to be part of the mailing lists and may be available to answer questions relating to the API, the vocabulary and other related matters. Several implementations of the specification are already known to exist. Announcements of new implementations can be made via this public list.
Regarding further work, the group is now technically closed, and any subsequent/related work will be taken up elsewhere within W3C. The maintenance of group resources will be conducted on a volunteer basis.