Web Applications Working Group now Closed; join the Web Platform Working Group (Call for Participation)
Dear Advisory Committee Representative,
Web Applications Working Group members,
The Web Applications Working Group, whose charter expires until 31 July
2016, is now closed.
The group has been working since 2008 on [Specifications] that enable
improved client-side application development on the Web, including
specifications both for application programming interfaces (APIs) for
client-side development and for markup vocabularies for describing and
controlling client-side application behaviour.
On 10 October 2015, W3C launched the Web Platform Working Group as the
result of merging the Web Applications Working Group and the HTML
Working Group, thus terminating the Web Applications Working Group.
We would like to invite members to join the Web Platform Working Group
to avoid being disrupted if you're currently part of the Web
Applications Working Group [Register].
The W3C would like to thank the group’s co-chairs, Art Barstow (Invited
Expert) and Charles McCathieNevile (Yandex), and all the participants in
the group for their efforts over the last seven years.