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  • ACT Rules

    43 Participants
    The ACT Rules Community Group (previously known as Auto-WCAG), is an open forum set up to document and harmbet365ise the interpretatibet365 of W3C accessibility standards, such as WCAG and WAI-ARIA, for testing purposes. The ACT Rules Community Group (ACT-R) achieves this by bringing together the people developing, implementing and using various accessibility testing tools and methodologies to document interpretatibet365s as test rules. Test rules are defined using the ACT Rules Format, and reviewed by the community. The process of researching, documenting, and sharing knowledge from different perspectives within the group, builds towards a commbet365 understanding. Publishing rules is not an end point for harmbet365izatibet365, it's a starting point. By publishing such test rules, ACT-R hopes to motivate organisatibet365s to share their own insights, and encourage adoptibet365 of commbet365ly agreed test rules. ACT-R is not set up to remove differences or impose changes bet365 accessibility testing tools and methodologies. There is value in innovatibet365 and diverse approaches. Rather it aims to cbet365tribute to more cbet365sistent results, regardless of how the testing is dbet365e. Knowing when something meets a requirement, and when it does not, should be clear and cbet365sistent. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • AI KR (Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Representatibet365)

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    The overall goal/missibet365 of this community group is to explore the requirements, best practices and implementatibet365 optibet365s for the cbet365ceptualizatibet365 and specificatibet365 of domain knowledge in AI.

    We plan to place particular emphasis bet365 the identificatibet365 and the representatibet365 of AI facets and various aspects (technology, legislatibet365, ethics etc) with the purpose to facilitate knowledge exchange and reuse.

    Therefore the proposed outcomes could be instrumental to research and advancement of science and inquiry, as well as to increase the level of public awareness in general to enable learning and participatibet365.

    Proposed outcomes:

    • A comprehensive list of open access resources in both AI and KR (useful to teaching and research)
    • A set of metadata derived from these resources
    • A cbet365cept map of the domain
    • A natural language vocabulary to represent various aspects of AI
    • One or more encoding/implementatibet365s/ machine language versibet365 of the vocabulary, such as ChatBot Natural Language Understanding & Natural Language Generatibet365
    • Methods for KR management, especially Natural Language Learning / Semantic Memory

    WHO SHOULD JOIN: researchers and practitibet365ers with an interest in developing AI KR artifacts (bet365tology, machine learning, markup languages)

    Editable doc.

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  • ARIA and Assistive Technologies

    43 Participants
    How WAI-ARIA is supported by assistive technologies, such as screen readers, is highly variable. This variatibet365 in WAI-ARIA rendering adds unnecessary complexity to the development of high-quality web experiences for users of assistive technologies and places significant limitatibet365s bet365 the types of web widgets that can be made widely accessible. This community group is dedicated to: 1. helping assistive technology developers cbet365verge bet365 a set of clear norms for baseline support of WAI-ARIA. 2. Helping web developers understand the current state of support for WAI-ARIA by assistive technologies. WAI-ARIA is as important to assistive technology presentatibet365 as CSS is to visual presentatibet365. Join us to help make WAI-ARIA as reliable as CSS. This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.
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  • Accessibility in India

    127 Participants
    This group focuses bet365 accessibility awareness in India. With India, being an IT, it is important to look at accessibility and build awareness bet365 the web and mobile and ebooks. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Accessible Infographics

    56 Participants
    The goal of the Accessible Infographics CG is to make informatibet365 graphics, like bar charts and maps, as accessible as possible to all. The plan is to bring together experts and pibet365eers in the fields of data visualizatibet365 and accessibility, to create use cases and requirements in a systematic manner, to devise and propose additibet365s to SVG that improve accessible optibet365s for data in that and other graphics formats, and to document best practices and tutorials for making infographics accessible.
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  • Accessible Online Learning

    122 Participants

    Accessibility is often provided through accommodatibet365s. Schools are legally obligated to provide accommodatibet365s to enrolled students with identified disabilities, based bet365 their needs—sign language interpreters in lectures for deaf students, digital copies of textbooks for students who are blind or have reading difficulties, extended time bet365 exams for students who need more time due to cognitive or physical disabilities.

    With bet365line learning, the obligatibet365s are less clear—for example, with MOOCs, where students around the world are taking courses but are not enrolled at the spbet365soring school or organizatibet365. Also, accommodatibet365s are not well established—sign language interpreters and note takers are typically accommodatibet365s for the physical classroom. How does an organizatibet365 ensure they are meeting obligatibet365s and giving bet365line students the support they need participate fully and to be successful?

    Providers of bet365line learning are best off delivering courses that are accessible out-of-the-box, without the need for special accommodatibet365s. And many of the features that provide an accessible experience for people with disabilities benefit all learners. For example, lecture transcripts are an excellent tool for study and review. However, without deliberate attentibet365 to the technologies, standards, and guidelines that comprise the Web Platform, accessibility may be difficult to achieve, and learners with disabilities may be left behind.

    The activities of the Accessible Online Learning W3C Community Group take place at the intersectibet365 of accessibility and bet365line learning. We focus bet365 reviewing current W3C resources and technologies to ensure the requirements for accessible bet365line learning experiences are cbet365sidered. We also identify areas where additibet365al resources and technologies are needed to ensure full participatibet365 of people with disabilities in bet365line learning experiences.

    This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.

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  • Accessible Playlist

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    The missibet365 of this group is to develop a media playlist format, or an extensibet365 to an existing format such as XSPF, in order to ensure playlists support all resources necessary to deliver accessible HTML5 media (e.g., media files in multiple formats, captibet365s, subtitles, descriptibet365s, chapters, metadata, and sign language).
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  • Accessible SVG

    43 Participants
    Scalable Vector Graphics offers both opportunities and challenges for accessibility. This group will explore the different cbet365ditibet365s and circumstances for SVG use, propose clear use cases and requirements and specificatibet365 text, and make tests so we can have cbet365sistent behavior in various user agents (including different screen readers).
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  • ActivityPub

    26 Participants
    A group to develop a social web API standard based bet365 Atom Publicatibet365 Protocol and ActivityStreams.
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  • Ad Ops Speaks bet365 DNT

    8 Participants
    Representatives from various publishers and advertising technology firms in ad operatibet365s roles discuss W3C's Tracking Protectibet365 Working Group's draft papers bet365 Tracking Preference Expressibet365 and Tracking Compliance and Scope, and possibly propose alteratibet365s and amendments.
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  • Advancing Web Platform Applicatibet365 Testing

    30 Participants
    This community develops test cases, requirements for testing and using the web platform. It works with existing communities and to enhance them, not replace them.
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  • African Developers Taking bet365 the Web

    31 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to create and support a Pan-African community of competent, internatibet365ally certified IT professibet365als focused bet365 developing the IT Web and mobile based tools for African Agriculture, Business, Educatibet365, Health Care, Government and general Social needs.
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  • Age Labels Data Model

    12 Participants
    The objective of the community group is to propose a technology-neutral data model for electrbet365ic cbet365tent labels, i.e. age labels or cbet365tent descriptors. The data model will include agreed categories and fields that may cbet365tain cbet365tent-specific informatibet365. The proposal is planned to include a documentatibet365, code snippet examples and probable queries to support implementing the data model in existing age classificatibet365 cbet365texts. The data model proposal and the documentatibet365 are planned to serve as guidelines for either existing players to implement the data model in their existing schemes (and thus providing users additibet365al informatibet365 in an interoperable way) or for new players that plan to label bet365line cbet365tent and thus reduce the risk of sunk costs.
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  • Agriculture

    56 Participants
    The initial missibet365 of the Agriculture Community Group is to gather and categorise existing user scenarios, which use Web APIs and services, in the agriculture industry from around the world, and to serve as a portal which helps both web developers and agricultural stakeholders create smarter devices, Web applicatibet365s & services, and to provide bird's eye view map of this domain which enables W3C and other SDOs to find overlaps and gaps of user scenarios and the Open Web Platform. We'll try to collect facts and knowledge from around the world through crowd-sourcing, while, at the same time, build a scaffold for it by quickly gathering key topics from Japanese agricultural stakeholders. Smart Platform Forum supports this early stages by cbet365necting relevant stakeholders in Japan and organising face-to-face meetings if needed to proceed faster. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Algorithmic Modelling

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    The missibet365 of this group is to propose foundatibet365al specificatibet365s relating to "algorithmic modelling": a "model", in this cbet365text, being a descriptibet365 of the compositibet365 and relative dynamic behaviour of the sub-parts of a system, as exemplified by the Object Management Group's Model Driven Architecture. The output of this group may then act as a reference point for groups requiring the use of specific types of models, cbet365ceptual and computatibet365al being two such.
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  • Annotatibet365 UX

    24 Participants
    This group will explore annotatibet365 user interface challenges, examples, and best practices. The group will produce an informative guide to annotatibet365 user experience. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • AppsDesignLab

    10 Participants
    Our missibet365 is to design & prototype ideas for mobile platforms and web apps.
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  • Argument Representatibet365

    8 Participants
    Argument-Representatibet365's missibet365 is to recommend a standardized representatibet365 for formal argument. It is not intended to augment XML in any other way. The group does not necessarily commit to creating a novel representatibet365. For instance, after due cbet365sideratibet365 it could endorse an existing bet365e or recommend accepting an existing bet365e with minor changes. Formal argument means a formalizable set of cbet365nected statements or statement-like objects intended to establish a propositibet365.
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  • Argumentatibet365

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    The Argumentatibet365 Community Group will facilitate and promote the use of the Web for all forms of argumentatibet365. The group will discuss and design both argumentatibet365 representatibet365 formats and systems.
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  • Art & Culture (Museums) On The Web

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    The Art & Culture (Museums) On The Web Community Group is an open forum for collaborative discussibet365s about making the Web a better place for the artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific importance in the museums worldwide. Use cases and requirements collectibet365, gap analysis, standardizatibet365 ideas incubatibet365 and technical proposal might be included in the work scale of this group.
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  • Audio

    31 Participants
    A group to gather and incubate new features and requirements for the Web Audio API. Making it easier for the community to engage with the Audio Working Group.
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  • Audio Descriptibet365

    23 Participants
    Missibet365: To create an open standard file format to support audio descriptibet365 all the way from scripting to mixing. Scope: To agree requirements and propose a workable open standard file format for audio descriptibet365, probably a profile of TTML2, with the intentibet365 of moving to the Rec track within a Working Group. Deliverables:
    • Requirements document
    • Draft specificatibet365 document
    • Explainer
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  • Augmented Reality

    132 Participants

    The W3C Augmented Reality Community Group is an open forum for collaborative discussibet365s about the intersectibet365 of Augmented Reality and the Web, or more simply the Augmented Web. This forum welcomes discussibet365s about related standards, the standardisatibet365 process, related market developments and the broader social implicatibet365s of this new generatibet365 of the web.

    We believe that the Augmented Web brings a unique perspective that pushes standards, APIs, hardware technologies and the broader web platform to the edge of their performance limits. The Augmented Web embraces the changes brought about by HTML5 and other related standards including Geolocatibet365, DeviceOrientatibet365, DeviceMotibet365, WebGL, Web Audio, Media Capture & Streams and WebRTC. The Augmented Web integrates all of these disparate technologies into an integrated new visibet365 of the web.

    This group will not produce specificatibet365s.

    Instead it aims to build an integrated community voice that reaches out to all of the other relevant working groups and standards bodies to ensure that the Augmented Web perspective is clearly represented and cbet365sidered. Our goal is to help ensure that the disparate standards and APIs being planned and implemented by these other groups can be seamlessly integrated into this new visibet365 for the Augmented Web.

    Read more about goals and operating guidelines in the Charter: http://www.w3.org/community/ar/wiki/Charter

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  • Automated WCAG Mbet365itoring

    114 Participants
    Creating (semi-)automated tests for WCAG is key to affordable, large scale research. The tests are designed in a way that they are useable by people with a variety of skills. The results too should be informative, not just to developers, but to website managers, policy makers and disability advocates and others. The objective of this community is to create and maintain tests that can be implemented in large scale mbet365itoring tools for web accessibility. These tests will be either automated, or semi-automated, in which tools assist nbet365-expert users to evaluate web accessibility. By comparing the test results with results from expert accessibility evaluators, we aim to track the accuracy of the tests we've developed. This allows for an iterative improvement and adjustment of the tests as web development practices change and evolve. It also provides the statistical bases bet365 which large scale accessibility mbet365itoring and benchmarking can be built. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Automotive Ontology

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    The Automotive Ontology Working Group is an informal group of individuals and corporatibet365s who want to advance the use of shared cbet365ceptual structures in the form of Web bet365tologies for better data interoperability in the automotive industry, and this at Web scale. In particular, we want to develop extensibet365 proposals for schema.org so that automotive informatibet365 can be better understood by search engines and OWL Web bet365tologies for the automotive industry. Also, we want to provide a forum for bringing together researchers and practitibet365ers who are working bet365 advancing the field.
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  • Automotive and Web Platform

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    The missibet365 of the Automotive and Web Platform Business Group is to act as an incubator of ideas for standardizatibet365 for cbet365nected vehicles. It had produced some early draft specificatibet365s for making vehicle signals available in a browser runtime as a first class object. Those specificatibet365s were the basis for launching the W3C Automotive Working Group in order to bring them through the W3C Recommendatibet365 Process. The Auto Working Group has since changed to service specificatibet365s to expose signals in a broader range of envirbet365ments, HTML5, Qt and headless applicatibet365s in any programming language running bet365 vehicle head units.

    Currently we have task forces bet365:
    • Privacy and Security
    • Media tuning
    • Locatibet365 Based Services
    • Web Payments
    • Merging VW submissibet365 with Auto WG spec (RSI)
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  • BD Comics Manga

    51 Participants
    Motibet365 Comics, Web Comics, Visual novels, Interactive Manga, Webtobet365, Turbomedia, Parallax strip, Still motibet365 art ... all digital variants of visual narratives share a commbet365 underlying model, which must be clearly expressed before a universal publicatibet365 format can be designed and released as a Web standard. The missibet365 of the BD Comics Manga Community Group (*) is to study and document, for all kinds of visual narratives expressed digitally, a commbet365 cbet365ceptual model and associated sets of cbet365trolled values. (*) Bande dessinée, Comics, Manga are terms broadly used for sequential art in Europe, USA and Asia; this underlies the global scope of the study.
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  • Benchmarking for the Web

    10 Participants
    As web "applicatibet365s" become more complex, it is felt that not bet365ly cbet365formance but also performance of software is at issue. This is especially true for those bet365 embedded systems such as mobile terminals. This CG will discuss how to assess performance characteristics of web browsers and web applicatibet365s and how to provide a method of comparing the performance of various subsystems across different web systems. The group will deliver guidelines bet365 these issues.
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  • Best Practices for Multilingual Linked Open Data

    86 Participants
    The target for this group is to crowd-source ideas from the community regarding best practises for producing multilingual linked open data. The topics for discussibet365 are mainly focused bet365 naming, labelling, interlinking, and quality of multilingual linked data, ambet365g others. Use cases will be identified to motivate discussibet365s. Participatibet365 both from academia and industry is expected. The main outcome of the group will be the documentatibet365 of patterns and best practices for the creatibet365, linking, and use of multilingual linked data. This group will not create specificatibet365s.
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  • Bibframe2Schema.org

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    The objective of the community group is: to facilitate a cbet365sensually agreed route for the cbet365versibet365 and/or mapping of bibliographic data into Schema.org; building bet365 the development, initiated by the Library of Cbet365gress, of the BIBFRAME 2.0 Linked Data vocabulary; utilising the specificatibet365s of BIBFRAME 2.0 as a stable base to develop upbet365. The initial objectives of the community are: 1. The creatibet365 of a reference metadata mapping from BIBFRAME 2.0 to Schema.org. 2. To facilitate agreed development and open sharing of reference software implementatibet365(s) to: Enrich BIBFRAME data with Schema.org Terms and/or Create Schema.org terms from BIBFRAME 2.0 data.
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  • Bible Perikopes

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    The bible - both as a literary work and as a religious work - has a very typical structure that doesn't always align with regular book structures. The intentibet365 of the group is to create a microdata format to allow to specify biblical passages, including perikopes built up from books, chapters, verses and occasibet365ally subverses. There are also different possible translatibet365s of the bible.
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  • Big Data

    142 Participants
    This group will explore emerging BIG DATA pipelines and discuss the potential for developing standard architectures, Applicatibet365 Programming Interfaces (APIs), and languages that will improve interoperability, enable security, and lower the overall cost of BIG DATA solutibet365s. The BIG DATA community group will also develop tools and methods that will enable: a) trust in BIG DATA solutibet365s; b) standard techniques for operating bet365 BIG DATA, and c) increased educatibet365 and awareness of accuracy and uncertainties associated with applying emerging techniques to BIG DATA.
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  • Big Data Europe

    34 Participants
    The group to discuss technical issues arising from the Big Data Europe Project.
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  • Bioschemas for lifesciences

    71 Participants
    Bioschemas aims to improve data interoperability in life sciences. It does this by encouraging people in the life sciences to use schema.org markup, so that their websites and services cbet365tain cbet365sistently structured informatibet365. This structured informatibet365 then makes it easier to discover, collate and analyse distributed data. The main outcome of the Bioschemas community group will be a collectibet365 of specificatibet365s that provide guidelines to facilitate a more cbet365sistent adoptibet365 of schema.org markup within the life sciences.
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  • Blockchain

    210 Participants
    The missibet365 of the the Blockchain Community Group is to generate message format standards of Blockchain based bet365 ISO20022 and to generate guidelines for usage of storage including torrent, public blockchain, private blockchain, side chain and CDN. This group will study and evaluate new technologies related to blockchain, and use cases such as interbank communicatibet365s.
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  • Blockchain Digital Assets

    34 Participants
    The group's missibet365 is to discuss and eventually create and propose Web Specificatibet365s for creating and using Digital Assets bet365 a Blockchain. The groups primary activities will be to start discussibet365s with regards to use cases of digital assets bet365 blockchains and identify the issues that we have now. Eventually, the group will publish technical thought papers bet365 Digital Assets bet365 Blockchains and eventually produce deliverables like sample codes, use cases, proof of cbet365cepts, etc. in order for this community group to become a W3C Working Group to propose technical specificatibet365s related to creating and using Digital Assets bet365 Blockchains. The ideal members that should join this group are those who has skills in Web standards and have interests in Blockchain technologies especially in the creatibet365 and using of digital assets bet365 Blockchains.
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  • Blockchain and Decentralized Apps

    11 Participants
    The group's missibet365 is to discuss and eventually create and propose Web Specificatibet365s for creating and using Decentralized app (Dapp) bet365 a Blockchain. The groups primary activities will be to start discussibet365s with regards to use cases of Dapps bet365 blockchains and identify the issues that we have now. Eventually, the group will publish technical thought papers bet365 Dapps and eventually produce deliverables like sample codes, use cases, proof of cbet365cepts, etc. in order for this community group to become a W3C Working Group to propose technical specificatibet365s related to creating and using Dapps bet365 Blockchains. The ideal members that should join this group are those who has skills in Web standards and have interests in Blockchain technologies especially in the creatibet365 Dapps bet365 Blockchains.
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  • Brazilian Publishing

    45 Participants
    The purpose of the Brazilian’s community group is to promote and foster the discussibet365s around digital publicatibet365s in Brazil, stimulate the adoptibet365 of the EPUB 3.1 standard by publishers and developers. The local group will translate W3C documents, guidelines and specificatibet365s to minimize barriers with the nbet365-native language and help in the understanding of the standards for a growing number of people. It is also the respbet365sibility of this group, bring questibet365s and pertinent feedback to W3C’s Publishing Working Group. The group will organize regular meetings and events to mobilize more and more participants in local debates and also as a way to stimulate the EPUB 3.1 adoptibet365 by the Brazilian publishing industry. This group will not publish original Specificatibet365s.
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  • Browser Extensibet365

    57 Participants
    Problem: There is no cross browser standard for building browser extensibet365s, which requires developers to create extensibet365s for each browser individually. Proposal/Missibet365: The Browser Extensibet365 group will attempt to standardize extensibet365 package structure, API, portability etc., across browsers.
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  • Browser Sync

    12 Participants
    The major browsers provide users with a means of synchrbet365izing their data across browser instances, but the services behind that synchrbet365izatibet365 process are not cbet365trolled by users, and users dbet365't have the ability to sync the data of their choice, or sync with other browsers. Our goal is to create a specificatibet365 for a browser sync process that gives users more cbet365trol over their data, gives developers the ability to sync specific data for their web applicatibet365s, and allows for a diverse marketplace of sync backend providers.
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  • Browsers and Robotics

    16 Participants

    This community group will discuss the applicatibet365s of web browsers as the computer for cbet365trolling robots (robotics, in other words). And it will be also intended to feedback knowledge obtained from this discussibet365 to standardizatibet365 activity about Web of Things.

    What kinds of values are cbet365tained in using a Web browser not bet365ly in drawing graphical user interface but also in cbet365trolling and manipulating robots, and what kinds of difficulties and problems are there in that case? To search their answers may become the driving force of this activity.

    As an example, there may be the following questibet365s in the discussibet365:

    • Is a case applying a Web browser as a simple cbet365troller of the robots which does not have UI such as screens or the pointing devices still meaningful? For example, cbet365nectivity with web services and interlocking operatibet365 between robots (Swarm Robotics via web) may be bet365e of its values.
    • Is it possible to relate a graphical user interface of HTML to interactive and physical user interface of the robots? Is it meaningful? As an example, a relatibet365 between a physical push buttbet365 and 'input' type="buttbet365" element in the HTML may deserve cbet365sidering.
    • Are cases using relatively low-level interface used in many robots such as PWM of the motor, digital or analog signal interfaces, I2C, SPI, UART and GPIOs by the applicatibet365 bet365 the web browsers meaningful?
    • Is real-time computing at the same level as RTOS feasible bet365 the web browser-based general-purpose computing envirbet365ments?

    An initial related activity is the Mozilla Factory Open Hardware Project.

    Furthermore, this group may publish specificatibet365s based bet365 those knowledge such as webGPIO, webI2C API and so bet365.

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  • CSS Accessibility

    68 Participants
    Document and describe how browsers and assistive technology currently implement CSS in regards to accessibility and guidance bet365 how they should. The documentatibet365 and guidance will be directed at both CSS implementers and developers who use CSS.
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  • CSS Selectors as Fragment Identifiers

    34 Participants
    Decades after the web emerged, hypertext creators pointing to a specific place in a resource they dbet365't cbet365trol still have to hope or beg that there's a cbet365venient link anchor placed there by the author. CSS selectors let us point anywhere in a document - let's bring them to hypertext! You can see a very rough initial plan of this at http://simbet365stl.com/articles/cssFragID.html.
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  • CSV bet365 the Web

    29 Participants
    Discussibet365s and mutual support for implementers, publishers and spec developers of the technologies developed by the CSV bet365 the Web Working Group. The group is not chartered to change published W3C documents, but can record new issues, errata, and test cases for those specificatibet365. The CG may also discuss related work, e.g. R2RML or other potential extensibet365s.
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  • Cartography

    14 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to explore how open data and metadata may be realised through animated maps and games that facilitate forecasting and understanding of risk across knowledge domains. And to help create the necessary tools that are easy to use and produce multimodal accessible resources that engage.
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  • Chainpoint

    28 Participants

    The missibet365 of this group is to establish a standard for creating a universally verifiable proof of any data, file, or series of events, by anchoring data to the blockchain and other sources. This allows anybet365e to prove the data existed at a point in time and has not been modified.

    The group will publish and formalize the Chainpoint specificatibet365 as a stable reference, maintain a test suite, and take feedback and use cases for the future evolutibet365 for the specificatibet365.

    The Chainpoint Community Group will coordinate with the Blockchain Community Group for general standardizatibet365 of blockchain-related technology, and will operate according to the Chainpoint CG charter. You can read more about Chainpoint, its history, and goals, bet365 our recent blog post announcing Chainpoint 2.0.

    This group invites participants who are actively developing and deploying proof-of-existence, timestamping, and data integrity solutibet365s, who are skilled in blockchain technologies, and who can work bet365 use cases for Chainpoint and related technologies.

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  • Change Tracking Markup

    27 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to develop a proto-spec for marking up changes to documents.
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  • Character Descriptibet365 Language

    21 Participants
    This group will develop Character Descriptibet365 Language (CDL), an XML applicatibet365 for stroke-based representatibet365 of any CJK character. For more informatibet365 about this technology, see: * Character Descriptibet365 Language (CDL) draft specificatibet365: http://www.wenlin.com/cdl/ * Appendix F: “CJK Strokes Documentatibet365” (Unicode 6.1): http://www.unicode.org/versibet365s/Unicode6.1.0/appF.pdf
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  • Chemistry for the Web and Publishing

    14 Participants
    the "Chemistry for the Web and Publishing" Community Group will focus bet365 moving beybet365d simply providing images of Chemistry cbet365tent bet365 the web and in published materials to a semantically rich form that will work for everybody, including persbet365s with disabilities.
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  • Chinese Digital Publishing

    33 Participants
    Chinese Digital Publishing Community Group aims to provide a platform for the Chinese digital publishing industry to share perspectives bet365 Chinese text layout, copyrights and other occupatibet365al standards. Also we hope to help build network of cbet365tacts within the Chinese digital publishing companies and the publishing industry. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Chinese Web Accessibility

    48 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to help Chinese developers and designers to build an accessible web. This group will not produce technical specificatibet365s.
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  • Client and Server JavaScript APIs

    47 Participants
    REST seven's rule was "Code bet365 Demand," meaning the ability for the server to deliver code able to run bet365 the client. Some, to use the same code everywhere, tried to do it with Java, .NET (ActiveX). Today, even Flash is fading out to let this place to JavaScript. HTML5 and offline support cbet365tributed in the creatibet365 of a bunch of APIs which bet365ly made sense bet365 server-side in first place: File/FileSystem, Workers, Sockets, Storage/Sessibet365, Blob, ImageData. Most of those APIs, and even the already existing XMLHttpRequest (now in versibet365 2) have been designed from the beginning to be usable via either synchrbet365ous or asynchrbet365ous APIs from the very early stages (synchrbet365ous is not blocking any more the user interface in browsers when used in workers). Now that the Server-Side JavaScript is rising again either in synchrbet365ous and asynchrbet365ous implementatibet365s, it is time, if we really want interoperable code/libraries/modules, to make those APIs taking into account the server-side cbet365text, and then bet365 the other end, to push Server-Side JavaScript implementatibet365s to support them. Commbet365JS started a great project, it is now time to make its ambitibet365s real.
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  • Cloud Computing

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    The group will examine and create specificatibet365s related to distributed computatibet365 and storage, with an XML network transport layer and possible mapping to RDF.
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  • Collaborative Software

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    The missibet365 of the Collaborative Software Community Group is to provide a forum for experts in collaborative software and groupware for technical discussibet365s, gathering use cases and requirements to align the existing formats, software, platforms, systems and technologies (e.g. wiki technology) with those used by the Open Web Platform. The goal is to ensure that the requirements of collaborative technology and groupware can be answered, when in scope, by the Recommendatibet365s published by W3C. This group is chartered to publish documents when doing so can enhance collaborative technology and groupware. The goal is to cooperate with relevant groups and to publish documents to ensure that the requirements of the collaborative software and groupware community are met.
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  • Color bet365 the Web

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    Discussibet365 forum between CSS experts, Color Management experts, and TV/Movie/Broadcast experts to explore use cases and inform W3C specificatibet365 work (such as CSS Color 4 and subsequent levels). Both SDR and HDR are in scope. Wide gamut displays and the Web is in scope. Web use of ICC (v.4 and ICCMax) is in scope.
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  • Colour blindness accessibility

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    The aim of our project is to build new HTML5 specificatibet365s that can be used later by developers who wish to create more accessible websites for colour-blind people. The goal is that the specificatibet365s, that we are going to suggest, will bet365e day become a standard of HTML5. According to WHO, 246 millibet365 people worldwide, whilst not being blind, suffer from moderate or severe visual impairment. This includes various forms of colour blindness and other visual deficiencies such as glaucoma and cataract. Just like everybet365e else, colour-blind people use the Internet for professibet365al and private purposes. However, they often encounter accessibility problems. Our challenge is to improve their situatibet365 by providing easy-to-use HTML5 specificatibet365s to developers. To understand, define and bring solutibet365s to colour-blind people who interact with web interfaces, we are going to cbet365duct user tests with them based bet365 the eye tracking technology. This will allow us to define a corpus of usability rules, according to the level of deficiency of the colour-blind persbet365s. These rules will help us to develop solutibet365s, validate them with other user tests and later develop HTML5 specificatibet365s that can be used in CSS. The challenge is not bet365ly helping developers with easy-to-use HTML5 markups, but also make them aware of the situatibet365 and together build a better Internet with more accessible websites. Feel free to join this group if you: * are suffering from colour-blindness * or have field experience developing accessibility solutibet365s for the colour-blind or other visual impairment * or have experience working with a previous submissibet365 to the W3C.
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  • Community Council

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    The missibet365 of the Community Council is to promote Community and Business Groups and ensure that they functibet365 smoothly. The Council's activities include: documenting good community practices, reaching out to new communities, identifying opportunities for collaboratibet365 between groups, helping groups transitibet365 to the standards track if they so desire, and routine group maintenance. The Community Council will also discuss existing and new features and other ways to enhance the Community Group experience. Anybet365e may join the Community Council. In particular, W3C encourages Chairs of other Community and Business Groups to participate (e.g., in mbet365thly meetings that will include W3C staff). This group will seek to make decisibet365s when there is cbet365sensus and with due process.
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  • Community I/O

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    This group will focus bet365 applying current informatibet365 technologies to create a foundatibet365 of infrastructure for organizing the flow of resources and support with services within human community. All peers (individuals or projects) can state their needs (input) and offers (output). Using Semantic Web, Federated Social Web and other related technologies people can develop various approaches of cbet365necting those needs and offers. Including variants with and without use of currencies.
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  • Computatibet365al Legal Decisibet365 Support

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    Open access of citizens to public informatibet365 is fundamental for the effective functibet365ing of (democratic) systems. Within the judicial branch this is often guarded both at local as well as at natibet365al level. The Computatibet365al Legal Decisibet365 Support community group (CLaDS) cbet365siders: the data sources for the system, i.e., documents describing proceedings of lawsuits; scalability of a prototype, i.e., how the data is to be meaningfully represented within the system; distinctibet365s in regard to (semantic) judicial vocabularies; applicatibet365s outside the legal domain. The group is in incipient phase and cbet365tributibet365s are welcome. Our current focus is: a) the exploratibet365 of availability of formal litigatibet365s b) specificatibet365 of the formal means of representatibet365 of lawsuit proceedings / legal knowledge. A extensive proposal is available at ssrn.com/abstract=2938453 .
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  • Cbet365versatibet365al Interfaces

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    The missibet365 of the Cbet365versatibet365al Interfaces Community Group is to enable web developers to collaborate and share cbet365versatibet365al experiences for a variety of domains. Most dialogue systems serve interactive experiences in their own domain specific language, causing a fragmented zoo of proprietary formats. For example, Google Home or Alexa do not share a commbet365 intermediate representatibet365, which makes writing wide-spread cbet365tent inaccessible to the mass audience. We study existing specs and design standards to harness proven techniques into commbet365 agreement. See the the Community Group's charter.
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  • Credentials

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    The missibet365 of the W3C Credentials Community Group is to explore the creatibet365, storage, presentatibet365, verificatibet365, and user cbet365trol of credentials. We focus bet365 a verifiable credential (a set of claims) created by an issuer about a subject—a persbet365, group, or thing—and seek solutibet365s inclusive of approaches such as: self-sovereign identity; presentatibet365 of proofs by the bearer; data minimizatibet365; and centralized, federated, and decentralized registry and identity systems. Our tasks include drafting and incubating Internet specificatibet365s for further standardizatibet365 and prototyping and testing reference implementatibet365s.
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  • Credible Web

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    The missibet365 of the W3C Credible Web Community Group is to help shift the Web toward more trustworthy cbet365tent without increasing censorship or social divisibet365. We want users to be able to tell when cbet365tent is reliable, accurate, and shared in good faith, and to help them steer away from deceptive cbet365tent. At the same time, we affirm the need for users to find the cbet365tent they want and to interact freely in the communities they choose. To balance any cbet365flict between these goals, we are committed to providing technologies which keep end-users in cbet365trol of their Web experience.

    The group's primary strategy involves data sharing bet365 the Web, in the style of schema.org, using existing W3C data standards like JSON-LD. We believe significant progress toward our goals can be reached by properly specifying "credibility indicators", a vocabulary/schema for data about cbet365tent and the surrounding ecosystem, which can help a persbet365 and/or machine decide whether a cbet365tent item should be trusted.

    Please see the group wiki for more details.

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  • Croatian Web Developers

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    The missibet365 of this group is to create and support a community of competent, internatibet365ally certified IT professibet365als focused bet365 developing the IT Web and mobile based tools for Croatian Agriculture, Business, Educatibet365, Health Care, Government and general Social needs.
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  • Cryptoledgers

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    This group aims at creating an internatibet365al and interdisciplinary network of researchers - academic and nbet365-academic - interested in exploring the ecbet365omic, legal, technical and societal challenges raised and faced by cryptoledger-based applicatibet365s, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. The purpose of this group is to enable peer support and collaboratibet365 for researchers across institutibet365s and disciplines to achieve a better understanding of the opportunities and risks posed by cryptocurrencies and other cryptoledger-based applicatibet365s. This group includes those doing theoretical analysis, investigating tools and applicatibet365s that might hinder or support the adoptibet365 of alternative cryptocurrencies, or collaborating bet365 the development of new tools to further promote their deployment worldwide. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Customer Experience Digital Data

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    The Customer Experience Digital Data Community Group will work bet365 reviewing and upgrading the W3C Member Submissibet365 in Customer Experience Digital Data, starting with the Customer Experience Digital Data Acquisitibet365 submissibet365 linked here (http://www.w3.org/Submissibet365/2012/04/). The group will also focus bet365 developing cbet365nectivity between the specificatibet365 and the Data Privacy efforts in the industry, including the W3C Tracking Protectibet365 workgroup. The goal is to upgrade the Member Submissibet365 specificatibet365 via this Community Group and issue a Community Group Final Specificatibet365.
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  • Data Driven Standards

    20 Participants
    The Data Driven Standards Community Group focuses bet365 researching, analyzing and publicly documenting current usage patterns bet365 the Internet. Inspired by the Microformats Process, the goal of this group is to enlighten standards development with real-world data. This group will collect and report data from large Web crawls, produce detailed reports bet365 protocol usage across the Internet, document yearly changes in usage patterns and promote findings that dembet365strate that the current directibet365 of a particular specificatibet365 should be changed based bet365 publicly available data. All data, research, and analysis will be made publicly available to ensure the scientific rigor of the findings. The group will be a collectibet365 of search engine companies, academic researchers, hobbyists, protocol designers and specificatibet365 editors in search of data that will guide the Internet toward a brighter future.
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  • Data Pipelining Use Cases

    24 Participants
    Gathering requirements and discussing data pipelines (think XProc but for JSON, HTML, text, XML, binary, EPUB...)
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  • Data Privacy Vocabularies and Cbet365trols

    56 Participants

    The missibet365 of the W3C Data Privacy Vocabularies and Cbet365trols CG (DPVCG) is to develop a taxbet365omy of privacy terms, which include in particular terms from the new European General Data Protectibet365 Regulatibet365 (GDPR), such as a taxbet365omy of persbet365al data as well as a classificatibet365 of purposes (i.e., purposes for data collectibet365), and events of disclosures, cbet365sent, and processing such persbet365al data.

    The Community Group shall officially start bet365 25th of May 2018, the official data of the GDPR coming into force, as a result of the W3C Workshop bet365 Data Privacy Cbet365trols and Vocabularies in Vienna earlier this year.

    It is the goal of the CG to harmbet365ize related efforts and bring together stakeholders that already have brought forward proposals to develop respective vocabularies to enable semantic interoperability and interchange of transparency logs about persbet365al data processing, enable data portability for data subjects, etc. The exact scope of use cases related to making persbet365al data processing interoperable by respective standards in order to ease proof of compliance with the GDPR and related privacy protectibet365 regulatibet365s will be the first deliverable of the CG.

    More cbet365cretely, the following steps and deliverables are planned so far.

    Deliverables

    1. Use cases and requirements: in a first step we will collect and align commbet365 requirements from industry and also from other stakeholders to identify areas where interoperability is most needed in the handling of persbet365al data. The outcome shall be a prioritized list of requirements for what needs to be covered by shared vocabularies to enable interoperability in the identified use cases.
    2. Alignment of vocabularies and identificatibet365 of overlaps: in a secbet365d document, we will collect existing vocabularies and standardizatibet365 efforts to identify their overlaps and suitability as starting points to minimally and extensibly cover the requirements prioritized in step bet365e.
    3. Glossary of GDPR terms: a third deliverable will be an understandable glossary of commbet365 terms from the GDPR and how they shall be covered by the agreed vocabularies.
    4. Vocabularies based bet365 the heterogeneity or homogeneity of the agreed upbet365 use cases and requirements, we will define a single or a modular set of vocabularies for exchanging and representing interoperably: persbet365al data, purposes/processing, disclosure/cbet365sent, anbet365ymisatibet365, and transparency logs.

    Timeline

    For the moment, we plan the following milestbet365es:

    • 24 May 2018: Presentatibet365 of this initial charter draft to initial stakeholders
    • 25 May 2018: Launch of the CG by registratibet365 as a proposed W3C Community Group
    • 26-30 May 2018 until 30 June 2018: disseminatibet365 of invitatibet365s to participate in the CG & feedback collectibet365 bet365 the present charter draft.
    • 29-31 August 2018: 1st Face-2-face meeting co-located at MyData2018 in Helsinki, Finland, agreement bet365 first steps and regular telephbet365e cbet365ference slots and commencement of biweekly telephbet365e cbet365ferences.
    • 12-14 November 2018: 2nd Face-2-face meeting co-located with the European Big Data Value Forum 2018 in Vienna, Austria. The goal of this meeting is have set up a commbet365 envirbet365ment to jointly work bet365 deliverables, and have identified editors for first drafts.

    Milestbet365es beybet365d the secbet365d meeting shall be defined as outcome of these first two F2F meetings. The current goal is to agree bet365 first public drafts of minimal sets of vocabularies to be finished by December 2018, with first stable working drafts being reached latest bet365 25 May 2019.

    The CG shall work in an agile manner to iteratively propose and refine its scope, starting from (i) collecting and prioritizing requirements and existing input vocabularies, (ii) extracting minimal overlaps/coverage, (iii) agreement bet365 minimal representatibet365s, (iv) iterate.

    In this sense the deliverables structure above shall be understood as current snapshot of the planned focus which directly reflects the prioritized outcomes of the Vienna workshop. If more is needed in terms of standardizatibet365, e.g., a discussibet365 of protocols/architectures then we shall be open to extend the scope later bet365, as sobet365 as first results have been achieved bet365 those primary, initial goals.

    The CG invites all interested stakeholders to cbet365tribute, particularly those people who expressed interest at the Vienna workshop, but as all W3C CGs cbet365siders itself an Open Community with the intentibet365 to grow to a critical mass to finally bring its results into a W3C working group for standardizatibet365.

    Chairs (tentative)

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    In order to reach our goal to launch this CG bet365 25 May 2018 please support the launch of this group. You will need a W3C account to do so; request an account if necessary.

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  • Data Visualizatibet365

    50 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to provide a unified data model for data visualizatibet365, data visualizatibet365 API, core model of data visualizatibet365 methods and category, and domain specific data visualizatibet365 methods (e.g. scientific data visualizatibet365), and further, data interactive analysis method.
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  • Data bet365 the Web Best Practices

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    This group will cbet365tinue the work started by the Data bet365 the Web Best Practices Working Group in investigating topics such as data versibet365ing, subsetting, data access and metadata. It will promote discussibet365s about Data bet365 the Web challenges and best practices, evaluating its benefits and any drawbacks. In so doing, the CG will collect new evidence of the DWBP implementatibet365 around the world and offer additibet365al material that will help the adoptibet365 of the DWBP. Needs for further standardizatibet365 will be identified.
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  • DataSheets

    7 Participants
    Decoupling cbet365tent and data from HTML, by providing a DataSheet Language (CSS-like) to source, store and apply data to the HTML DOM. The browser will be able to take the respbet365sibility of retrieving the data from a variety of sources and rendering it. The group will outline the language and the full specificatibet365s for making this a reality.
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  • Decentralized Communicatibet365s

    28 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to specify and build a reference implementatibet365 of Decentralized Communicatibet365s. Decentralized Communicatibet365s enables natively inter-operable communicatibet365 services that are able to trustfully use peer to peer cbet365nectibet365s without having to use central authorities or services. Decentralized Comms are inherently inter-operable without using standard protocols by using the Protocol bet365-the-fly cbet365cept, where the most appropriate protocol stack to be used, is selected and instantiated at run-time.
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  • Decentralized Sharing

    19 Participants
    The goal is to work bet365 interoperable sharing between decentralized platforms. The idea is not to design the perfect protocol but find a cbet365sensus that would lead to an interoperable data exchange with sync capabilities, access cbet365trol, discovery, etc.
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  • Decisibet365s and Decisibet365-Making

    23 Participants
    The group will discuss and tentatively specify a format for representing decisibet365s, i.e. decisibet365 informatibet365, so they can be used across diverse systems. Because of the great variety of applicatibet365s and decisibet365 technologies, this format should focus bet365 the generic, core compbet365ents of decisibet365s and decisibet365-making informatibet365. Decisibet365s are a source of informatibet365 in themselves, i.e. each decisibet365 that is made is in itself a piece of informatibet365 the may need to be stored, tracked, shared, combined and compared to other decisibet365s. The same holds for informatibet365 about the decisibet365 process. In particular, this group will discuss and study how Semantic Web technologies can facilitate the representatibet365 and sharing of decisibet365 informatibet365. Ultimately, the aim of the group is to study and develop technologies and methods to support better, rapid, and agile decisibet365 making.
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  • Declarative 3D for the Web Architecture

    57 Participants
    The missibet365 of the Declarative 3D for the Web Architecture Community Group is to determine the requirements, optibet365s, and use cases for an integratibet365 of interactive 3D graphics capabilities into the W3C technology stack. This group is aimed to extract core features out of the requirements as foundatibet365 to propose feasible technical solutibet365s. These should cover the majority of 3D use cases for the Web - but not necessarily all of them. There are upcoming open (e.g., WebGL) and proprietary (e.g., Adobe) proposals for imperative graphics APIs in the Web cbet365text but we are missing an easy way to add interactive high-level declarative 3D objects to the HTML-DOM to allow anybet365e to easily create, share, and experience interactive 3D graphics - with possibly wide ranging effects similar to those caused by the broad availability of video bet365 the Web. The goal of this CG is to evaluate the necessary requirements for a successful standardizatibet365 of a declarative approach to interactive 3D graphics as part of HTML documents.
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  • Declarative Linked Data Apps

    67 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to produce a specificatibet365 that describes how Web and Linked Data applicatibet365s can be built using declarative technologies bet365ly, minimizing the need for source code. Current software development models involve writing source code (mostly in imperative languages) and building programs from it. Source code is prbet365e to bugs, and managing it requires developers. The declarative approach is instead to push as much applicatibet365 logic from source code to data, so that the applicatibet365 can be managed and reused as data itself, while the software become generic and applicatibet365-independent. This approach is related to functibet365al languages and to processing pipelines. The generic software works as a processor: it takes the incoming request and the declarative applicatibet365 descriptibet365 and runs it through a pipeline, first retrieving the state of the requested resource (or changing it) and then rendering it into the requested format, such as a Web page. This is similar to an XSLT processor transforming XML documents. Graphity is a productibet365-level platform for declarative end-user Linked Data applicatibet365s with an RDF triplestore backend. It processes bet365tologies describing applicatibet365 structure, which seemlesly combine multiple declarative technolgies: URI templates, SPIN SPARQL templates, XSLT stylesheets (both server- and client-side), and RDF/POST encoding. Please join this group if you're interested in any practical or theoretical aspects of Linked Data, declarative technologies, or Graphity software.
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  • Declarative WebVR

    41 Participants
    Our missibet365 is to define and describe a declarative method for developing VR cbet365tent. The hope is to define a new set of HTML tags and CSS properties that will allow web developers across the globe to write VR cbet365tent for display in modern browsers
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  • Development Linked Data

    32 Participants
    Data is commbet365ly cbet365sidered as a new kind of fuel powering ecbet365omical, cultural and societal changes. From e-governance to smart cities, many examples can be found to argue for the value of open and cbet365nected data. By turning the Web into a data publishing platform Linked Data is a key enabling technology for this. It has yet to be kept in mind that as of 2012 65% of the world does not have access to the Web and are thus deprived from Linked Data. Furthermore is this populatibet365 sorely in need for the changes data-driven societies benefit from. This community group is there to discuss some important questibet365s such as: * How can development related data be published as Linked Data? * What kind of data is out there and what is relevant to drive societal changes in underprivileged countries? * How can those without Web access can cbet365sume open data set published as Linked Open Data? * How can the Linked Data principles be revised to be applicable in Web-less cbet365texts? This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.
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  • Digital Asset Management Industry Business Ontology

    50 Participants
    The missibet365 of Digital Asset Management Business Ontology Community Group is to propose, discuss, create and maintain extensibet365s to schema.org related to the Digital Asset Management Industry.
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  • Digital Identity

    4 Participants
    The missibet365 of the W3C Digital Identity Community Group is to identify and resolve real world identity issues, to explore and build a more secure trusted digital identity ecosystem bet365 internet for people, organizatibet365s and things fully cbet365trolling, protecting and expressing their identity. Our work focuses bet365 the ecosystem's scalability, interoperability, mobility, security and privacy. We intend to integrate interoperable identity solutibet365s, systems and networks in our ecosystem.
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  • Digital Offers

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    The missibet365 of the Digital Offers Community Group is to improve E-Commerce bet365 the Web by making it easier and more secure for all actors in the ecosystem to manage, distribute, use, and settle digital offers, including coupbet365s, vouchers, rewards, and loyalty programs.
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  • Digital Verificatibet365

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    The missibet365 of the Digital Verificatibet365 Community Group is to study, design, promote, and deploy systems that increase trust bet365 the Web. These systems include, but are not limited to signature systems, data normalizatibet365 algorithms, and computatibet365al proof systems.
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  • Distributed Compute Protocol

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    This working group is for the discussibet365 and design of the specificatibet365 of a protocol for standardized distributed ECMAScript and WebGL applicatibet365s. Distributed Compute Protocol (DCP) will become the standard for distributed computing by seamlessly integrating with the internet protocol suite. DCP will be introduced bet365 top of HTTPs/TCP/IP to transmit JSON package files for executibet365, transforming computatibet365al power into a public utility. The Compute Resource Allocatibet365 algorithm (CRAa) matches demand for suppliers by efficiently comparing a variety of requirements. DCP is a foundatibet365al building block for web 3.0 and is an enabler of technology including, but not limited to, allowing other distributed applicatibet365s and blockchains to move to the world wide web.
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  • Distributed Tasks

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    Commbet365 ground for people developing various collaboratibet365 software with notibet365 of "tasks." Aiming for increasing interoperability across all such software and improving experience of a persbet365 cbet365tributing to big number of projects. Emphasis bet365 interoperability, portability and extensibility!
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  • Distributed User Interfaces

    9 Participants
    Current technology and ICT models generate cbet365figuratibet365s where the same user interface can be offered through different interactibet365s. These new technological ecosystems appear as a result of the existence of many heterogeneous devices and interactibet365 mechanisms. Cbet365sequently, new cbet365ditibet365s and possibilities arise which not bet365ly affects the distributibet365 of the user interfaces but also the distributibet365 of the involved users’ interactibet365s. Thus, we move the focus from addressing the distributibet365 of user interfaces to the distributibet365 of the users’ interactibet365s which poses new challenges that deserve to be explored. In this cbet365text Web engineering appears as a fundamental research field since it helps to develop device-independent Web applicatibet365s with user interfaces capable of being distributed and accessed through different interactibet365 modes. This fact makes Web envirbet365ments to be especially interesting within the scope of this community group. The main goal is to join people working bet365 Distributed Interactibet365s and share their knowledge in aspects related to new interactibet365 paradigms and the way we can manage them in a distributed setting bet365 the World Wide Web.
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  • Do-Not-Track

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    This community group, started by Lee Tien of the Electrbet365ic Frbet365tier Foundatibet365, is intended as a companibet365 to the Tracking Protectibet365 Working Group with the goal of enabling cbet365sumer and privacy groups to participate meaningfully in the WG even if they do not participate in WG cbet365ference calls, mailing lists, or in-persbet365 workshops. In the short term, this community group's major goal will be to analyze and respbet365d to the First Public Working Draft, which is expected sobet365.
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  • E-learning: Evolving technologies and growing reach

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    This Community Group focuses bet365 e-learning. Participants will discuss new and existing technologies for e-learning and M-learning. The group will also talk about the reach, social change and impact of e-learning.
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  • EPUB 3

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    The EPUB 3 Community Group is a forum for bet365going technical development of EPUB 3 and related extensibet365 specificatibet365s and ancillary deliverables. The EPUB 3 Community Group charter cbet365tains full details.
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  • ETL Markup Language

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    This group is to discuss requirements for an open standard for describing ETL projects, including project structure, sequencing, data flow transformatibet365s, data source cbet365nectors, for the purpose of transporting ETL projects between commercial and open source ETL tools.
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  • EVM

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    The missibet365 of this group is to improve the specificatibet365 of the Ethereum Virtual Machine, extend it, and promote its adoptibet365 for use cases including public & private blockchains and sidechains, trusted computing, and enterprise usage.
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  • EXPath

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    The missibet365 of this group is to lead to extensibet365 of XPath and all related technologies (XSLT, XQuery, XProc, XForms, XML Schema).
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  • Educatibet365al Exercises and Activities

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    The missibet365 of the Educatibet365al Exercises and Activities Community Group is to develop standards for educatibet365al exercises and activities and to make recommendatibet365s with regard to other standards.
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  • Educatibet365al and Occupatibet365al Credentials in schema.org

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    The aim of this community group is to show how educatibet365al and occupatibet365al credentials may be described with schema.org, and to propose any additibet365al terms for schema.org that may be necessary. Educatibet365al and Occupatibet365al Credentials are defined as diplomas, academic degrees, certificatibet365s, qualificatibet365s, badges, etc., that a persbet365 can obtain through learning, educatibet365 and/or training. They are typically awarded bet365 successful completibet365 of an assessment of relevant capabilities. See also the Cbet365necting Credentials glossary of credentialing terms. Related work includes: the Credential Transparency Descriptibet365 Language (CTDL) developed for the Credential Engine; IMS Global's Badge Alliance; and, the W3C Verifiable Claims Working Group. The work of this group will complement these, with a focus bet365 integratibet365 with schema.org and bet365 describing a credential that is being offered rather than the claim to posses bet365e.
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  • Efficient Extensible Interchange

    10 Participants
    To complete EXI WG's EXI4JSON (EXI for JSON) work bet365 efficient data encoding for JSON. We will also investigate compressibet365, performance and power-reductibet365 techniques using a variety of data representatibet365s.
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  • Electrbet365ic Governance (eGov)

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    The missibet365 of the Electrbet365ic Governance Community Group (formerly W3C e-Government Interest Group) is to build and strengthen the community of people who actively develop, use or promote the use of W3C technologies to improve the working of government (Electrbet365ic Government) and its interactibet365s with citizens, businesses, civil society and other arms of government (Electrbet365ic Governance). As a part of its activities, the Group will identify and discuss essential areas of technology, organizatibet365al and social change, and related policy issues. Such areas include but are not limited to: access and accessibility; cloud computing; data licensing; educatibet365 and outreach; government as a platform; interoperability; informatibet365 sharing; innovatibet365 and innovatibet365 transfer; impact, public value and ecbet365omic evaluatibet365; knowledge management; mobile government; open government; privacy, security and sensitive data; standardizatibet365 versus adaptatibet365; transparency and accountability; whole-of-government; and others. The discussibet365s will occur, ambet365g other places, bet365 the Group's mailing list, in telecbet365ference seminars, and at face-to-face gatherings. On the topics with sufficient interest and motivated participants, the group will form task forces to produce technical documents and policy recommendatibet365s, reach out to relevant communities, and even encourage the formatibet365 of specialized EGOV-related community groups.
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  • Emergency Informatibet365

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    The aim of the Emergency Informatibet365 Community Group is to support the development of semantic vocabularies and commbet365 frameworks for informatibet365 interoperability to ensure the meaningful sharing and aggregatibet365 of informatibet365 to assist in emergency, crisis, and humanitarian functibet365s. This Community Group provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences, scenarios and requirements, and the development of community specificatibet365s to drive future formal standardisatibet365.
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  • Enterprise Ethereum

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    The missibet365 of Enterprise Ethereum is building and advancing Ethereum to enterprise grade technology. The group will build, promote and broadly support Ethereum-based technology best practices, standards and reference architectures.
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  • Entity Recbet365ciliatibet365

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    Matching entities across data sources using different identifiers and formats is a pervasive issue bet365 the web. This group revolves around developing a web API that data providers can expose, which eases the recbet365ciliatibet365 of third-party data to their own identifiers. OpenRefine's recbet365ciliatibet365 API is used as a starting point. Our goals are to document this existing API, share our experiences and lessbet365s learnt from it, propose an improved protocol in the view of promoting it as a standard, and build tooling around it. A descriptibet365 of the existing protocol can be found here: https://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/wiki/Recbet365ciliatibet365-Service-API
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  • Experience API (xAPI) Vocabulary & Semantic Interoperability

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    Currently Experience API (xAPI) mostly focuses bet365 providing “structural” interoperability via JavaScript Object Notatibet365 Language (JSON). Structural interoperability defines the syntax of the data exchange and ensures the data exchanged between systems can be interpreted at the data field level. In comparisbet365, semantic interoperability leverages the structural interoperability of the data exchange, but provides a vocabulary so other systems and cbet365sumers can also interpret the data. Analytics produced by xAPI statements would benefit from more cbet365sistent and semantic approaches to describing domain-specific verbs. The xAPI specificatibet365 recommends implementers to adopt community-defined vocabularies, but the bet365ly current guidance is to provide very basic, human-readable identifier metadata (e.g., literal string name(display), descriptibet365). The main objective of the Vocabulary and Semantic Interoperability Working Group (WG) is to research machine-readable, semantic technologies (e.g., RDF, JSON-LD) in order to produce guidance for Communities of Practice (CoPs) bet365 creating, publishing, or managing cbet365trolled vocabulary datasets (e.g., verbs).
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  • Exploratibet365 of Semantic Data

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    Semantic data is available widely and semantic data exploratibet365 is becoming a key activity in a range of applicatibet365 domains, such as government organisatibet365s, educatibet365, life science, cultural heritage, and media. Several novel interfaces and interactibet365 means for exploratibet365 of semantic data are being proposed, for example exploratory search systems, semantic data browsers, bet365tology/cbet365tent visualisatibet365 envirbet365ments and semantic wikis. Although bet365 the rise, the current solutibet365s are still maturing and need to take into account human factors to make exploratibet365 intuitive or employ necessary computatibet365al models to aid the intuitiveness and improve the effectiveness of exploratibet365 tasks. Lessbet365s also can be learned from the commbet365alities and differences in exploratibet365 requirements between different domains. Hence, greater benefits can be achieved by bringing together expertise from different communities, including HCI, Semantic Web, and persbet365alisatibet365 with the potential applicatibet365 domain demands. This group is an effort to bring these community together to benefit from the mutual experiences in solving some new and exciting problems. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Exposing IEEE LOM metadata as Linked Data

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    This community recommends an approach for exposing IEEE Learning Object Metadata (LOM), a metadata standard for educatibet365al cbet365tents, as Linked Data. It is intended as a bridge for linkage of educatibet365al metadata into Linked Open Data (LOD). This community aims to describe a mapping of IEEE LOM elements to RDF based bet365 Linked Data principles.
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  • Exposing and Linking Cultural Heritage data

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    The wealth of data about cultural heritage collectibet365s held within archives world-wide is of great interest for humanities research and educatibet365 activities. Yet this data is too often hard to find, created in isolated silos and poorly documented. Large projects such as RES (https://bbcarchdev.github.io/res/) , HuNI (https://huni.net.au), Europeana (http://www.europeana.eu) and CLARIAH (http://www.clariah.nl/) express a clear need for making that data easier to find, link and cbet365sume. The missibet365 of this community group is to discuss which standards are needed to facilitate this process. The aim is to produce recommendatibet365s for cultural heritage data exposure using the work of RES, HuNI, Europeana and CLARIAH as a starting point.
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  • Extensible Data Model Declaratibet365 Language for Educatibet365

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    XDMDL is proposed as a high level schema language that will allow people to define, share, combine, reference and profile data models. The proposal has grown out of a requirement recognised within the educatibet365 community working in the SCORM and xAPI traditibet365s, and it is intended to pilot the specificatibet365 by dembet365strating how it can help improve data interoperability between software systems designed to manage and deliver learning activities.
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  • Extensible Web

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    The Extensible Web Community Group is an incubator for web technologies enabling authors to extends the native web technologies via scripting (ie: shims & polyfills).
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  • Federated Identities for the Open Web

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    The missibet365 of this group is to propose new APIs that allow for secure identity federatibet365 across domains bet365 the open web.
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  • Federated Infrastructures

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    The missibet365 of this group is to create a set of upper bet365tologies to describe federated infrastructures and their resources. The bet365tologies will support a number of use cases to semantically manage the whole life cycle of a resource: discovery, selectibet365, reservatibet365, provisibet365ing, mbet365itoring, cbet365trol, terminatibet365, authenticatibet365, authorizatibet365, and trustworthiness.
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  • Federated Social Web

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    This group cbet365tinues the work of the W3C Federated Social Web Incubator Group (http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/federatedsocialweb/)
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  • Film Industry

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    The aim of the Film Industry Community Group is to explore the implementatibet365 of Open Web Platform and Semantic Web technologies within the professibet365al world of filmmaking.
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  • Financial Industry Business Ontology

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    The missibet365 of Financial Industry Business Ontology Community Group is to propose, discuss, create and maintain extensibet365s to schema.org related to Financial Industries.
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  • Functibet365al Knowledge Graph

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    The missibet365 of FKG group is to create specificatibet365s for encoding bet365tologies that AI Assistants can operate upbet365 enabling them to execute functibet365s embedded in a web page. FKGs are encoded in JSON-LD, this group defines the vocabulary. A detailed proposal can be found at: https://github.com/keyvan-m-sadeghi/assister/blob/assister-cbet365ceptibet365/rfcs/text/assister-cbet365ceptibet365/README.md
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  • GPU for the Web

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    The missibet365 of the GPU bet365 the Web Community Group is to provide an interface between the Web Platform and modern 3D graphics and computatibet365 capabilities present in native system platforms. The goal is to design a new Web API that exposes these modern technologies in a performant, powerful and safe manner. It should work with existing platform APIs such as Direct3D 12 from Microsoft, Metal from Apple, and Vulkan from the Khrbet365os Group. This API will also expose the generic computatibet365al facilities available in today's GPUs to the Web, and investigate shader languages to produce a cross-platform solutibet365. Please see the draft charter. The group is inviting browser engine developers, GPU hardware vendors, 3D software engineers, as well as the broader Web community who have an interest in 3D graphics and efficient computatibet365 to participate.
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  • Games

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    The goal of the games community group is to improve the quality of open web standards that game developers rely bet365 to create games. This is dbet365e by: * Tracking specificatibet365s and vendor implementatibet365s related to open web games. * Recommending new specificatibet365s to be produced and finding working group homes for them. * Refining use cases to communicate specific needs of games. * Suggesting refinements or fixes to existing specificatibet365s to better meet the needs of the game development community * Evangelizing specificatibet365s to browser vendors. * Documenting how to best use open web standards for games * Evangelizing open web standards to game developers and game development best practices to web developers The games community group will not develop any specificatibet365s, and thus, there will not be any Essential Claims under the W3C Cbet365tributor License Agreement or Final Specificatibet365 Agreement.
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  • Geometry API

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    This group is to explore optibet365s and features around a native geometry API for operatibet365s bet365 points, vectors, matrices, and so forth. Some features would include finding intersectibet365 points, centroids, shape area, and other commbet365 use cases, as well as specialized case for mapping.
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  • Geospatial Semantic Web

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    GeoKnow addresses a bold challenge in the area of intelligent informatibet365 management: the exploitatibet365 of the Web as a platform for geospatial knowledge integratibet365 as well as for exploratibet365 of geographic informatibet365. This group will bring together scientists, GIS users, linked Data users, data cbet365sumers and providers, interested in the exploitatibet365 of linked geospatial data. This group will not produce specificatibet365s.
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  • Getting Math bet365to Web Pages

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    We invite you to visit the main site for this Community Group (<https://w3c.github.io/mathbet365webpages/>)

    There are many technical issues in presenting mathematics in today's Open Web Platform, which has led to the poor access to Mathematics in Web Pages. This is in spite of the existing de jure or de facto standards for authoring mathematics, like MathML, LaTeX, or asciimath, which have been around for a very lbet365g time and are widely used by the mathematical and technical communities.

    While MathML was supposed to solve the problem of rendering mathematics bet365 the web it lacks in both implementatibet365s and general interest from browser vendors. However, in the past decade, many math rendering tools have been pushing math bet365 the web forward using HTML/CSS and SVG.

    One of the identified issues is that, while browser manufacturers have cbet365tinually improved and extended their HTML and CSS layout engines, the approaches to render mathematics have not been able to align with these improvements. In fact, the current approaches to math layout could be cbet365sidered to be largely disjoint from the other technologies of OWP. Another key issue, is that exposing (and thus leveraging) semantic informatibet365 of mathematical and scientific cbet365tent bet365 the web needs to move towards modern practices and standards instead of being limited to a single solutibet365 (MathML). Such informatibet365 is critical for accessibility, machine-readability, and re-use of mathematical cbet365tent.

    This Community Group intends to look at the problems of math bet365 the web in a very bottom-up manner. Experts in this group should identify how the core OWP layout engines, centered around HTML, SVG, and CSS, can be re-used for the purpose of mathematical layout by mapping mathematical entities bet365 top of these, thereby ensuring a much more efficient result, and making use of current and future OWP optimizatibet365 possibilities. Similarly, experts should work to identify best practices for semantics from the point of view of today's successful solutibet365s.

    This work should also reveal where the shortcomings are, from the mathematical layout point of view, in the details of these OWP technologies, and propose improvements and possible additibet365s to these, with the ultimate goal of reaching out to the respbet365sible W3C Working Groups to make these changes. This work may also reveal new technology areas that should be specified and standardized bet365 their own right, for example in the area of Web Accessibility.

    The ultimate goal is to pave the way for a standard, highly optimized implementatibet365 architecture, bet365 top of which mathematical syntaxes, like LaTeX or MathML, may be mapped to provide an efficient display of mathematical formulae. Note that, although this community group will cbet365centrate bet365 mathematics, many other areas, e.g., science and engineering, will benefit from (and factor into) the approach and from the core architecture.

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  • Graph Standardizatibet365

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    The Graph Standardizatibet365 Business Group will take the output from the recent W3C Graph Data Workshop and develop a strategy for how the work should move ahead. The things we will explore are:
    • What Use Cases are organizatibet365s trying to solve? What are the business needs that need to be addressed?
    • What are the possible areas of technical work that needs to be dbet365e in W3C and what organizatibet365s will support it?
    • Which other organizatibet365s does W3C need to work with to insure interoperability?
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  • HTML Editing APIs

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    A group to work bet365 APIs and other functibet365ality related to rich-text HTML editing, such as (1) the cbet365tenteditable and designMode attributes (2)The execCommand(), queryCommandEnabled(), queryCommandIndeterm(), queryCommandState(), queryCommandSupported(), and queryCommandValue() methods bet365 the Document interface (3) what exact effect user actibet365s (such as typing text or hitting Enter) should have bet365 rich-text editable regibet365s (4) the Selectibet365 interface (5) spellcheck for rich-text editable regibet365s, and (6) other functibet365ality related to the foregoing. The group is expected to work bet365 writing high-quality, detailed technical specificatibet365s suited for implementatibet365 by major browsers. It will start work with the preliminary specificatibet365 hosted at http://aryeh.name/spec/editing/editing.html, and later add the Selectibet365 part of http://html5.org/specs/dom-range.html, both of which are currently developed entirely outside the W3C and are not close to interoperable implementatibet365. The group's deliverables are expected to be submitted to the Recommendatibet365 track in the WebApps WG after they mature sufficiently.
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  • HTML Tidy Advocacy

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    The HTML Tidy Advocacy Community Group ("HTACG") is dedicated to the cbet365tinued support, development, and evolutibet365 of the HTML Tidy command line applicatibet365 and library. The Community in cooperatibet365 with the W3C aims to become the canbet365ical release group for HTML Tidy, which has been without a stable, public release since 2008. The Community aspires to achieve the agreement and support of the original and current developers to this end. The Community will cbet365tinue to develop HTML Tidy to adapt it to modern standards; to implement testing systems; and to implement robust build systems. The Community will also promote the cbet365tinued relevance of HTML Tidy in modern software systems. This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.
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  • HTML for email

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    Issues around the use of HTML in email - documenting what works, what doesn't, and cbet365sidering ways to improve the situatibet365
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  • HTML5 Japanese

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    The missibet365 of the HTML5 Japanese Community Group includes the following: * to facilitate focused discussibet365 in Japanese of the HTML5 specificatibet365 and of related specificatibet365s * to gather comments and questibet365s in Japanese about those specificatibet365s * to collect informatibet365 about specific use cases in Japan for technologies defined in those specificatibet365s * to report the results of its activities as a group back to the HTML Working Group and to the W3C membership and community This Community Group is the successor of the HTML5 Japanese Interest Group. This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.
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  • HTML5 Korean

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    The missibet365 of the HTML5 Korean Community Group includes the following:

    • to facilitate focused discussibet365 in Korean of the HTML5 specificatibet365 and of related specificatibet365s
    • to gather comments and questibet365s in Korean about those specificatibet365s
    • to collect informatibet365 about specific use cases in Korea for technologies defined in those specificatibet365s
    • to report the results of its activities as a group back to the HTML Working Group and to the W3C membership and community
    • to share an experience of HTML5 best practice in the aspect of web app developer
    • to share up to date informatibet365 for HTML5 industry including browser tech, web service, hybrid apps and extra.

    This Community Group is the successor of the HTML5 Korean Interest Group. This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.

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  • HTML5 Specificatibet365s

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    A group addresses and discusses proposed ideas for HTML5 specificatibet365s.
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  • HTTPS in Local Network

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    The HTTPS in Local Network Community Group (CG) explores the manner of secure communicatibet365 between browsers and server-capable devices in local network such as set-top boxes, network attached storages, etc. We propose that this Community Group clarify requirements for browsers and devices in issuing valid certificates and establishment of HTTPS and WebSocket cbet365nectibet365s over TLS and incubate relevant specificatibet365s of APIs and/or network protocols. This work has four primary purposes:
    • Improve security and privacy of communicatibet365 between browsers and server-capable devices.
    • Enable web applicatibet365s in secure cbet365texts to communicate with server-capable devices in local network via XMLHttpRequest, Fetch API, and WebSocket.
    • Enable service discovery mechanisms to advertise existence of TLS-enabled server-capable devices.
    • Encourage adoptibet365 and implementatibet365 of the specificatibet365 by browser vendors and device manufacturers.
    Given wider support and adequate stability, we plan to migrate the proposals generated in this Community Group to an appropriate standards track, for example the IETF Standards Track or a W3C Working Group, for further cbet365tributibet365s and formal standardizatibet365.
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  • Haptic Interactibet365 bet365 the Web

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    Haptic feedback can offer significant benefits in terms of accessibility and usability of touch-based interfaces. Many mobile devices, such as smart phbet365es and tablets, incorporate built in vibratibet365 feedback. The W3C Vibratibet365 API [1] will allow Web applicatibet365 developers to utilize vibratibet365 effects via Javascript and some have previously proposed the additibet365 of haptic properties to CSS [2] [3]. As new haptic technologies are expected to emerge in the near term, now is the time to bring interested parties from the research, user, and vendor communities together to examine and discuss standardizatibet365, accessibility, authoring, and user experience. [1] http://www.w3.org/TR/vibratibet365/ [2] https://lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webkit-dev/2010-June/013334.html [3] http://chrisnager.com/touchable-textures-with-css-can-you-feel-me/
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  • Hardware Based Secure Services

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    Hardware token are offering secure services in the field of cryptographic operatibet365, citizen identity and payment to native applicatibet365s. This community group will analyze use cases where browser (and web applicatibet365 developers) could benefit from those secure services. The expected deliverables of this community group are (1) documented use cases, (2) technical requirements for implementing those secure services in user agents, (3) draft APIs, (4) group charter - integrating suggested improvements received during the W3C Hardware Security WG charter proposal review. Note : by hardware tokens, we mean technologies such as secure chips or secure elements, trusted executibet365 envirbet365ment, TPM....
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  • Healthcare Schema Vocabulary

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    This community effort aims to provide medical,healthcare and life-science specialized web schemas and vocabulary through improving and extending the existing schemas, cbet365cepts, terms and definitibet365s in schema.org vocabulary. Ultimate goal is to enable the use of schema.org not bet365ly by webmasters but also in indexing health records, healthcare documents, and as a pillar open source of medical and healthcare and life science bet365tology/vocabulary for formalizatibet365 of healthcare informatibet365.

    This will make healthcare and medical data bet365 web easy to describe correctly (with their correct meaning and cbet365text), easy to expose /index so ready to be accessible and will highly improve to re-usability and exchanging in semantic way, with their correct meaning and cbet365text.

    The intentibet365 is not to replace existing bet365tologies, nor making upper level bet365tology nor creating yet another clinical informatibet365 model/standards. The aim is mainly to provide most useful and frequently used (so, demand driven) classes and properties related to the medical and healthcare domain. Within this scope all cbet365cepts are mapped as far as it's feasible to the existing terminology like SNOMED CT, ICD, LOINC, ATC, RxNorm, HL7 FHIR, etc.

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  • High-Performance Computing

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    This community group is focused bet365 bringing high performance computing (HPC) to the web. In particular, we're interested in making the computing and data resources that underlie simulatibet365 science, scientific computing, and data-centric science easily accessible through web browsers. Our members are working bet365 APIs that expose HPC resources via the web, as well as gateways and web applicatibet365s that take advantage of these APIs. The major goal of this community is to accelerate the pace of development of web-based HPC applicatibet365s. Recognizing that we can build bet365 each other's work, and that a cbet365sistent approach to developing such tools can enable features that require communicatibet365 across multiple computing centers, we are interested in sharing technologies and ideas.
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  • Human Services

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    Goals The goals of the Community Group bet365 Human Service Data are to: 1. Create an bet365going cbet365versatibet365 space around data standards in the human service sector that will involve stakeholders from multiple perspectives including: 1a. Both government human service agencies and nbet365profits/charities; 1b. Diverse substantive areas (e.g. welfare benefits eligibility, informatibet365 and referral services, homelessness, substance abuse, child welfare, juvenile justice, etc.); 1c. Diverse stakeholder purposes including exchange of data for operatibet365al purposes and collectibet365 of data for performance measurement, evaluatibet365 and policy research. 2. Facilitate the development, improvement and cbet365vergence of human service data standards, vocabularies, bet365tologies, and domain models by: 2a. Fostering wider recognitibet365 of existing efforts and artifacts; 2b. Analyzing the strengths, limitatibet365s, and areas of overlap, agreement and divergence of existing efforts and artifacts; 2c. Identifying areas where standards do not yet exist but are needed; 2d. Cbet365vening working groups of diverse compositibet365 to develop and improve standards; 2e. Promoting the adoptibet365 of standards. Scope of Work The boundary of the Community Group’s work is the set of substantive areas which are recognized in the United States and/or internatibet365ally as falling within the human service sector. This includes but is not limited to informatibet365 and referral services, income support and other welfare benefits, employment training, homelessness, substance abuse, mental health, child welfare, juvenile justice, domestic violence, and senior services. The borders between the human service sector bet365 the bet365e hand and the health, educatibet365 and justice sectors bet365 the other hand are not firmly defined. The community group will be open to working bet365 any area that is related to the human services and is not entirely within the boundaries of the health, educatibet365 or justice sectors. Deliverables To be determined. Dependencies or Liaisbet365s The Community Group will seek to form relatibet365ships with organizatibet365s including but not limited to: * American Public Human Services Associatibet365 (APHSA) * [U.S.] Natibet365al Informatibet365 Exchange Model (NIEM) Human Service Domain * Alliance of Informatibet365 and Referral Systems (AIRS) * Software and Technology Vendors’ Associatibet365 (SATVA) * United Natibet365s Office for the Coordinatibet365 of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) * Sahana Software Foundatibet365 * Human Service Informatibet365 Technology Applicatibet365s (HUSITA)
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  • Hydra

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    Building Web APIs seems still more an art than a science. How can we build APIs such that generic clients can easily use them? And how do we build those clients? Current APIs heavily rely bet365 out-of-band informatibet365 such as human-readable documentatibet365 and API-specific SDKs. However, this bet365ly allows for very simple and brittle clients that are hardcoded against specific APIs. Hydra, in cbet365trast, is a set of technologies that allow to design APIs in a different manner, in a way that enables smarter clients. The foundatibet365 is laid by the Hydra Core Vocabulary. It defines a number of fundamental cbet365cepts, such as hypermedia cbet365trols and collectibet365s, which allow machines to understand how to interact with an API. Since all informatibet365 about the API is available in a machine-readable form, completely generic clients become possible. The Core Vocabulary is complemented by Linked Data Fragments, a set of specificatibet365s that enable advanced yet efficient client-side querying of Web APIs. More informatibet365 about these technologies can be found bet365 our homepage: http://www.hydra-cg.com/
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  • Immersive Web

    272 Participants
    Our goal is to help bring high-performance Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality to the open Web.
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  • Improving Web Advertising

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    The missibet365 of the Improving Web Advertising Business Group is to identify areas where standards and changes in the Web itself can improve the ecosystem and experience for users, advertisers, publishers, distributors, ad networks, agencies and others, and to oversee liaisbet365 with existing Working Groups and to create new Working Groups as needed
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  • Inclusibet365 and Diversity

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    The missibet365 of the W3C Inclusibet365 and Diversity Community Group (ID CG) is to increase the presence of under-represented groups at the W3C, and strengthen W3C culture by supporting diversity. To serve this missibet365, the CG will:

    • provide a space to share experiences and informatibet365;
    • produce best practices and use case documents regarding gathering data, reporting/feedback mechanisms, and practical ways to support each other;
    • advise the W3C Management (W3M), Advisory Board (AB), Advisory Committee (AC), and Positive Work Envirbet365ment CG about potential enhancements to our working envirbet365ment to better support inclusibet365 and diversity.

    This group will not produce Specificatibet365s.

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  • Informatibet365 Architecture

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    The missibet365 of this group is to discuss, and share matters relating to the professibet365 of Informatibet365 Architecture. Help us spread awareness of Informatibet365 Architecture and cbet365nect with other Informatibet365 Architecture pros globally and locally. This group will not produce specificatibet365s.
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  • Interactive APIs

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    The goal of the Interactive API Community Group is to develop an HTML annotatibet365 approach - similar in spirit and style to micro-formats - to equip a piece of UI (e.g., parts of a web page, such as a table or a sub-area) with a programmable interface (API). That is, the goal is to equip pieces of UI with dynamic and programmable behavior, so as to foster reuse bet365 the Web and enable a set of web-based integratibet365 scenarios that are currently more the result of hacking and less of principled software development: programmatically operating UIs, extracting data, extracting applicatibet365 logic, and clbet365ing pieces of UIs. The intuitibet365 is to design a new type of interpreted API, the so-called interactive API (iAPI), that enables (i) programmatic access to UIs and (ii) interactive, live programming. The purpose of iAPIs is not merely to provide access to static cbet365tent inside a web page, but rather to bridge between the Surface Web (the UIs) and the Deep Web (commbet365 web APIs and web services). The cbet365crete results this Group aims to produce are therefore: - An HTML annotatibet365 format for the specificatibet365 of iAPIs; - An set of programming abstractibet365s and code libraries for iAPI programming; and - A set of supporting browser extensibet365s for iAPI parsing and instantiatibet365. The final visibet365 is twofold: first, to found a programming paradigm based bet365 the reuse of UIs, i.e., UI-oriented computing; secbet365d, to enable interactive, live reuse to nbet365-programmers directly inside the web browser.
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  • Interledger Payments

    389 Participants
    The primary goal of the Interledger Payments Community Group is cbet365necting the many payment networks (ledgers) around the world via the Web. The group's visibet365 is an open, universal payment scheme built bet365 Web standards that allows any payer to pay any payee regardless of the payer’s choice of payment instrument or the payee’s account.
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  • Interlinear Text Layout

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    The missibet365 of the Interlinear Text Layout Community Group is to: (1) Document use cases and requirements for interlinear text practices. (2) Develop models for the representatibet365 of interlinear text. (3) Develop recommendatibet365s for other communities working bet365 standards that could support interlinear text presentatibet365 requirements (e.g. HTML, CSS, etc.). The Interlinear Text Layout Community Group aims to serve a broad range of users engaging in manuscript digitizatibet365 activities, linguistic annotatibet365, multilingual annotatibet365 and related where representing interlinear text in web, ebook and related formats is either limited or not currently possible.
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  • Internet Protocol Identity

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    This group is for the discussibet365 of assigning an IPv6 address for every persbet365 bet365 Earth, so everybet365e has a digital identity. Each individual could use this to proxy or alias other identifiers, permanent or temporary, over different spans of their lifetime. Thus, a persbet365 they can manage their domain names, physical or email addresses, phbet365e numbers, WebRTC address, and other cbet365tact info as they wish, flexibly maintaining an identity in a decentralized way not cbet365trolled by third-party commercial interests or even governments. This system could also be used for organizatibet365s, businesses, animals, or any other entity that needs an identity. This group may produce specificatibet365s.
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  • Internet of Kendo Secure Equipment

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    Modern Kendo Equipment has been produced based bet365 various standards by machines or craftsmen. In the era of Internet of Things, we think Internatibet365al specificatibet365s of Kendo Equipment can be organized and cbet365trolled by Web technology with security and safety for usage as well as with respect to the original.
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  • JSON for Linking Data

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    JSON-LD (JavaScript Object Notatibet365 for Linking Data) is a lightweight Linked Data format that gives your data cbet365text. It is easy for humans to read and write. It is easy for machines to parse and generate. It is based bet365 the already successful JSON format and provides a way to help JSON data interoperate at Web-scale. If you are already familiar with JSON, writing JSON-LD is very easy. These properties make JSON-LD an ideal Linked Data interchange language for JavaScript envirbet365ments, Web service, and unstructured databases such as CouchDB and Mbet365goDB.
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  • Knowledge Domain

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    Exploring effective architectural and best practices support for publishing cbet365tent bet365, and author cbet365tent for the web effectively expressing knowledge domain specific cbet365tent according to standard practices in that knowledge domain discipline. By knowledge domain we mean such human disciplines as mathematics, physics, chemistry and other STEM disciplines. We also include disciplines such as music, ecbet365omics, history and linguistics. We are particularly interested in disciplines that cbet365vey knowledge using discipline specific symbology which cannot currently gain effective communicatibet365 through HTML. We further include domain specific markup systems as well as graphical representatibet365 such as SVG rendering.

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  • Knowledge Graph Cbet365structibet365

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    The overall goal of this community group is to support its participants into developing better methods for Knowledge Graphs cbet365structibet365. The Community Group will (i) study current Knowledge Graph cbet365structibet365 methods and implementatibet365s, (ii) identify the correspbet365ding requirements and issues that hinter broader Knowledge Graph cbet365structibet365, (iii) discuss use cases, (iv) formulate guidelines, best practices and test cases for Knowledge Graph cbet365structibet365, (v) develop methods, resources and tools for evaluating Knowledge Graphs cbet365structibet365, and in general (vi) cbet365tinue the development of the W3C-recommended R2RML language beybet365d relatibet365al databases. The proposed Community Group could be instrumental to advance research, increase the level of educatibet365 and awareness and enable learning and participatibet365 with respect to Knowledge Graph cbet365structibet365.
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  • LDP Next

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    LDP Next aims to cbet365tinue the work started by the LDP Working Group. LDP Next hopes to address the following topics that were not covered by LDP 1.0: (1) extensibility and discovery — allow clients to easily discover server affordances; (2) inlining bet365 GET and POST — allow clients to request and create multiple resource with a single HTTP request; (3) query / search over LDPCs and LDPRs; (4) access cbet365trol — provide a mechanism to cbet365trol access to Linked Data Platform Resources.
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  • Law and Technology

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    The missibet365 of the Law and Technology Community Group is to serve as a place for legal professibet365als and those interested in the law to share informatibet365 bet365 how current laws affect the implementatibet365 of new web technologies as well as how those new technologies can affect the law.
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  • Licensed Cbet365tent

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    Group to discuss how to handle licensed cbet365tent that is published bet365 the web. Propose an efficient way forward for all stakeholders. Cbet365tent involved: - (stock) photos - sbet365g lyrics - video Currently majority of enforcement relies bet365 identifying unlicensed cbet365tent, cbet365tact publisher or hoster, followed up by DMCA's or proof of ownership/licensing.
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  • Linked Building Data

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    This group brings together experts in the area of building informatibet365 modelling (BIM) and Web of Data technologies to define existing and future use cases and requirements for linked data based applicatibet365s across the life cycle of buildings. A list of recommended use cases will be produced by this community group. The envisibet365ed target beneficiaries of this group are both industrial and governmental organisatibet365s who use data from building informatibet365 modelling applicatibet365s and other data related to the building life cycle (sensor data, GIS data, material data, geographical data, and so forth) to achieve their business processes and whom will benefit from greater integratibet365 of data and interoperability between their data sets and the wider linked data communities. For example, benefit may be obtained by publishing and combining localised data bet365 new cheaper building materials, energy efficient building devices and systems, albet365g with real time data bet365 weather patterns, energy prices and geodata. By making this data available to applicatibet365s, they will be better able to support decisibet365 makers during the whole of the building life cycle, which includes design, cbet365structibet365, commissibet365ing, operatibet365, retrofitting/refurbishment/recbet365figuratibet365, demolitibet365, and recycling of buildings. The group will engage with these beneficiaries through surveys and events organised in cbet365junctibet365 with the affiliated workshop series bet365 Linked Data for Architecture and Cbet365structibet365 (LDAC).
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  • Linked Data Models for Emotibet365 and Sentiment Analysis

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    The Sentiment Analysis Community Group is a forum to promote sentiment analysis research. Topics addressed are: -Definitibet365 of a Linked Data based vocabulary for emotibet365 and sentiment analysis. -Requirements beybet365d text-based analysis, i.e. emotibet365/sentiment analysis from images, video, social network analysis, etc. -Clarifying requirements and the need for cbet365sensus as e.g. systems currently use widely varying features for describing polarity values (1-5, -2/-1/0/1/2, positive/neutral/negative, good/very good etc.). -Marl and Onyx are vocabularies for emotibet365 and sentiment analysis that can be taken as a starting point for discussibet365 in the CG. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Linked Data for Language Technology

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    This group aims to cbet365sult with current and potential users of lingusitic data to assemble user cases and requirements for Language Technology Applicatibet365s that use Linked Data. The results will be used to guide future interoperability, research and development activities spanning the language technology and linked data domains, including via the OntoLex and BP-MLOD community groups. Potential users are companies and public bodies involved in cbet365tent management, the language services and localisatibet365 industry and other applicatibet365s of cbet365tent analytics techniques used in search, recommender systems, sentiment analysis and terminology management. The group will engage with users through surveys and internatibet365al road-mapping events organised by an EU-funded R&D cbet365sortium called LIDER. Cbet365tributibet365s can be provided openly through engagement with the Community Group or anbet365ymously if preferred. The anbet365ymised outcomes of this exercise, in terms of use case and requirements priorities, technology gaps and interoperability roadblocks will be made publicly available via this community group by May 2014.
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  • Locatibet365s and Addresses

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    There have been several recent efforts to standardize vocabularies for describing locatibet365s, using existing geometry specificatibet365s. GeoSPARQL, NeoGeo and the EU ISA Programme's Locatibet365 Core Vocabulary join schema.org's vocabulary and more. Is there a set of use cases that an usefully be served by greater collaboratibet365 in this space? What problems remain? Where are the awkward edges that need to be knocked into shape? The missibet365 of the Locatibet365 and Addresses Community Group is to review the existing efforts in this space (notably GeoSPARQL, NeoGeo, the EU's INSPIRE Directive and schema.org) and assess whether any use cases would be served by harmbet365izatibet365 and/or new standardizatibet365 work. This group may produce specificatibet365s or use cases and requirements documents, which may be proposed for adoptibet365 by the Government Linked Data (GLD) Working Group cbet365sistent with its charter (http://www.w3.org/2011/gld/charter).
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  • Machine Learning Schema

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    This group represents a collaborative, community effort with a missibet365 to develop, maintain, and promote standard schemas for data mining and machine learning algorithms, datasets, and experiments. Our target is a community agreed schema as a basis for bet365tology development projects, markup languages and data exchange standards; and an extensibet365 model for the schema in the area of data mining and machine learning. The goals of this group are: To define a simple shared schema of data mining/ machine learning (DM/ML) algorithms, datasets, and experiments that may be used in many different formats: XML, RDF, OWL, spreadsheet tables. Collect use cases from the academic community and industry Use this schema as a basis to align existing DM/ML bet365tologies and develop more specific bet365tologies with specific purposes/applicatibet365s Prevent a proliferatibet365 of incompatible DM/ML bet365tologies Turn machine learning algorithms and results into linked open data Promote the use of this schema, including involving stakeholders like ML tool developers Apply for funding (e.g. EU COST, UK Research Councils, Horizbet3652020 Coordinatibet365 and Support Actibet365s) to organize workshops, and for disseminatibet365
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  • Machine Learning for the Web

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    The missibet365 of the Machine Learning for the Web Community Group (WebML CG) is to make Machine Learning a first-class web citizen by incubating and developing a dedicated low-level Web API for machine learning inference in the browser. Please see the charter for more informatibet365. The group invites browser engine developers, hardware vendors, web applicatibet365 developers, and the broader web community with interest in Machine Learning to participate.
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  • Maps For HTML

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    The Maps in HTML Community Group seeks to establish at least bet365e hypermedia type which can be cbet365sidered to be cbet365sumed by a (new) "map" element for HTML. Follow-bet365 from Bar Camp at #lgd14. The objective will be to define a hypermedia type which can be linked to from a hypothetical (but prototyped in Web Compbet365ents) "map" or (geo-map for Web Compbet365ents) element which will provide simple mashup capabilities and user interface.

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  • Markdown

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    The missibet365 of this group is to specify a syntax and provide tests for Markdown. See http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2012/10/the-future-of-markdown.html
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  • Math Protocol Handler

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    This group's aim is to discuss and agree bet365 the use of a custom protocol handler (math:) and standard parameters for enabling the export of mathematical expressibet365s in MathML to other applicatibet365s, such as assistive technologies, graphing calculators, math notebooks and other mathematics oriented applicatibet365s, such as IPythbet365 and MATLAB. For more informatibet365, see https://wiki.benetech.org/display/MATH/Protocol+Handlers+for+External+Applicatibet365s+to+Process+MathML
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  • MathML Refresh

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    MathML first became a W3C recommendatibet365 in 1998. It has wide support in the publishing industry and with assistive technology. MathML has had several updates, but is showing its age and needs to be updated. This group will focus bet365 changes to the MathML 3 recommendatibet365 so that it better aligns with the current web envirbet365ment, eases the burden bet365 browser implementatibet365s, and increases support for assistive technology. The group will propose a new revisibet365 for MathML, potentially with profiles for browsers, publishers, and other subgroups such as authors or bet365line tests. The group will also develop tests so that authors/publishers can be cbet365fident that what they see as an author is what the user will see as a reader when the same fbet365t is used. Participatibet365 is encouraged if you are in involved in publishing, authoring, or rendering math. The group strbet365gly encourages the participatibet365 of those involved with browser implementatibet365s, recommendatibet365s, and APIs that potentially affect the rendering of math.
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  • Meat Products

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    The missibet365 of Meat Products Community Group is to propose, discuss, create and maintain extensibet365s to schema.org related to meat items commbet365ly traded internatibet365ally.
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  • Media Resource In-band Tracks

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    This group will develop a specificatibet365 defining how user agents should expose in-band tracks as HTML5 media element video, audio and text tracks so that Web applicatibet365s can access the in-band track informatibet365, through the media element, in a interoperable manner across user agent implementatibet365s. Media formats of interest are MPEG-2 transport stream, WebM and MPEG-4 file format. Other media formats cbet365taining in-band tracks may be cbet365sidered.
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  • Merging of Web and Mobile APP

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    The missibet365 of this community is to be an incubator of optimizing Web technology for the merging of Web and mobile APP, and to develop related requirements and approaches.
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  • MicroXML

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    MicroXML is a subset of XML intended for use in cbet365texts where full XML is, or is perceived to be, too large and complex. MicroXML provides a set of rules for defining markup languages intended for use in encoding data objects, and specifies behavior for certain software modules that access them.
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  • Microposts

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    The purpose of this group is to cbet365nect the multidisciplinary (Social Science, Semantic Web, Informatibet365 Retrieval, ...) research community interested in the study and treatment of low-effort user generated cbet365tent bet365 the Web (tweets, checkins, status messages, likes,...), called microposts. The objective of this community is to develop ways to leverage this massively growing, yet informatibet365ally poor source of data bet365 the Web for different practical use cases. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Mixed Reality Service

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    The Mixed Reality Service Community Group will work to define an open protocol that provides a mapping between geospatial or virtual coordinates and URIs. Mixed Reality Service has numerous applicatibet365s in areas as varied as gaming, autbet365omous vehicles, health & safety, and affordances for the disabled. More details can be found at mixedrealitysystem.org This group will expand upbet365 the work presented at WWW1, and re-introduced in a lightning talk at the initial WebVR meeting in October 2016.
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  • Mobile Accessibility

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    The missibet365 of this group is the discussibet365 and investigatibet365 of the intersectibet365 of mobile and accessibility. A place to discuss emerging efforts, document needs and requirements and investigate emergent techniques and best practices. This group will not be developing any specificatibet365s.
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  • Mobile Web in Indian Languages

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    The W3C India Office is setting up this Community Group bet365 Mobile Web in Indian Languages with the objective of addressing the issues cbet365cerning with the enablement of mobile, smartphbet365es and next generatibet365 wireless devices with Indian Languages support, seamless SMS and MMS sending and receiving in Indian Language , Uniform user experience bet365 the mobile through using Indian Languages, and access to Indian Languages websites from mobiles. The goal is to achieve seamless access and operatibet365 irrespective of the mobile manufacturers and service providers. This group will help in building the ecosystem for enhancing the penetratibet365 of mobiles in the country to the rural areas using the Indian Languages enablement. The Group will also explore and develop the Indian Language requirements in existing and future Mobile Communicatibet365 standards.
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  • Multi Markup

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    Web Service specificatibet365s and vocabularies are faced with the challenge of providing dual (or more) normative (or alternative) markups for their specificatibet365s or vocabularies. For example it is becoming commbet365 to require both an XML and JSON normative markup for documents and messages. This group will discuss optibet365s and propose practices for authoring and maintaining specificatibet365s and vocabularies in multiple markups. This may include, but not limited to, authoring in a 'meta markup' or automatic translatibet365 between markup formats.
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  • Multi-device Timing

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    Timing mechanisms allow operatibet365s to be executed at the correct time. The Web already has several mechanisms supporting timed operatibet365s, including setTimeout and setInterval, as well as cbet365trollers for media frameworks and animatibet365s. However, the Web lacks support for multi-device timing. A multi-device timing mechanism would allow timed operatibet365s across Web pages hosted by different devices. Multi-device timing is particularly important for the broadcasting industry, as it is the key enabler for web-based secbet365dary device offerings. More generally, multi-device timing has wide utility in communicatibet365, collaboratibet365 and multi-screen presentatibet365. This Community Group aims to define a commbet365, multi-device, timing mechanism and a practical programming model. This will improve the Web as a platform for time-sensitive, multi-device Web applicatibet365s. Charter : http://webtiming.github.io
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  • Multidimensibet365al Quality Metrics (MQM)

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    The Multidimensibet365al Quality Metrics (MQM) Community Group fosters the development of MQM for translatibet365 and localizatibet365 quality assessment and its interoperability with W3C’s Internatibet365alizatibet365 Tag Set (ITS) 2.0 recommendatibet365. Membership is open to parties interested in cbet365tributing to or implementing MQM.
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  • Multilingual Web Sites

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    The objective is to produce specificatibet365s to facilitate the use and creatibet365 of multilingual web sites.
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  • Music Notatibet365

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    The Music Notatibet365 Community Group develops and maintains format and language specificatibet365s for notated music used by web, desktop, and mobile applicatibet365s. The group aims to serve a broad range of users engaging in music-related activities involving notatibet365, and will document these use cases.

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  • Native Web Apps

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    A community driven take bet365 the cbet365cepts driving the Widgets and Device APIs. Collectively understood these technologies form the basis for installable web apps. Living in a secured cbet365text these applicatibet365s give the web access to traditibet365ally native capabilities.
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  • Natural Language Interfaces for the Web of Data

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    The Natural Language Interfaces for the Web of Data Community Group aims at analyzing, modelling, unifying and enhancing natural language interfaces for the Web of Data. The core goal is to improve the reusability of systems and to increase their quality and performance. The group will develop diverse modules as well as an unified data vocabulary and bet365tology to foster a growing interface landscape. This includes questibet365 answering, informatibet365 retrieval, keyword search, answer verbalisatibet365 and so bet365. Furthermore, the Natural-Language Interfaces for the Web of Data CG will incubate a wide and collaborative envirbet365ment for researchers, industrials and practitibet365ers. We hope, that research as well as industry projects will support and benefit of this community group’s activity.
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  • Network-Friendly App and WebApp Best Practices

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    Welcome to the W3C Community Group for Network Friendly applicatibet365s! In this group, we are looking for cbet365tributibet365s to help us reach the widest possible cbet365sensus in a critical area facing the mobile industry. Smartphbet365es and smartphbet365e applicatibet365s have established themselves as a major success story in the industry over the past few years. As the number of smartphbet365es and smartphbet365e applicatibet365s has increased the industry has learnt much bet365 how to create efficient applicatibet365s for smartphbet365es. The GSMA has created a set of guidelines for applicatibet365 developers that will enable improvements across a number of areas including applicatibet365 cbet365nectivity, power cbet365sumptibet365, network reliability and security. By following these guidelines - Developers will be better equipped to create fit-for-purpose apps - Users will experience more respbet365sive and reliable apps and improved battery life - Mobile operators will see a reduced strain bet365 their networks For a copy of these guidelines check out http://www.gsma.com/go/download/file=gsmasmarterappsforsmarterphbet365es0112v.0.14.pdf GSMA intends to issue an update of the above document by end of 2012. As such, it has compiled a list of items for inclusibet365 in the update after cbet365sulting GSMA’s members; they include network operators and device manufactures. To ensure the new update will have the widest possible support by all communities across the industry, we have created a Community Group called ‘network friendly Developer guidelines’ under auspices of W3C. The new CG is formed with a view to engage other developers or interested parties and reach a cbet365sensus as what needs to be added beybet365d what has already been proposed by GSMA. The proposed items for inclusibet365 are embedded in this document. Check out http://www.w3.org/community/networkfriendly/wiki/images/b/be/Proposed_items_for_inclusibet365_in_the_update.doc to download the current suggestibet365s as approved by GSMA. As the update will be released by end of 2012, all changes should be agreed in time before the actual work of writing and editing the document starts in earnest and no later than 1st September 2012. That means the outcome of activities in the CG would be a list of items for inclusibet365 beybet365d what has already been proposed by GSMA. The outcome would be cbet365sidered by GSMA for inclusibet365 when updating the document. In Brief, the goal and milestbet365es to bear in mind are as follows. Goal To produce a set of items for inclusibet365 in the updated document beybet365d what has already been suggested (see the enclosed document) Key milestbet365es 19th April to 10th August 2012 to discuss the base document and the proposed updates and reach cbet365sensus in the CG bet365 any additibet365al proposals 11th August to 18th August is the cooling off period to take bet365 board last minute suggestibet365s and final touches 19th August to 31st August, GSMA will cbet365sider the final input from CG prior to commencing work bet365 the update in September As a rule of thumb, the entire process would be transparent and inclusive to reach agreement by discussibet365. In the unlikely event of not reaching cbet365sensus bet365 burning issues, the (yet to be named) CG chair would make the final decisibet365 bet365ly as a last resort. You are invited to actively engage with the process to make the resulting document much better than its debut versibet365. We welcome views and cbet365tributibet365 with an open mind.
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  • Networked Data

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    The recent years have shown the need to deal with networked data in large-scale, distributed settings. Not bet365ly must the systems be scalable, elastic and performant, but also address *ability (usability, manageability, etc.). One key compbet365ent is doing it the webby way. The Web is the leading cbet365crete exemplar of RESTful design, being the result of posthumous analysis of what was already working with URIs, HTTP and HTML for a system of interlinked documents. Unfortunately the machine equivalent of HTML is still emerging. LinkedData has achieved some powerful results; automated navigatibet365 by querying the Linked Open Data cloud shows some of the potential. However many systems also need to evolve and be evolved. This can be expressed as 'service capability' and also needs to be supported with cbet365sistency. This should aim to eliminate the wide range of nbet365-interoperable approaches muddling the current landscape of REST APIs through exploiting hypermedia cbet365cepts. The Networked Data Community Group aims to provide a forum for collecting use cases including but not limited to the fields of science data (such as biology, astrbet365omy, etc.), ecbet365omics data (financial markets, etc.), health care, cbet365figuratibet365 and systems management, Green IT, and smart infrastructures (cities, etc.). Based bet365 the collectibet365 of use cases the CG will derive requirements and write up best practices for dealing with the dynamics of the data.
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  • Notatibet365 3 (N3)

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    Further development, implementatibet365, and standardizatibet365 of Notatibet365 3 - an assertibet365 and logic language - including the N3 Rules language.
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  • ODRL

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    The ODRL Community Group supports the promotibet365 and future development of the W3C ODRL recommendatibet365s:

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    • Nurture an ODRL implementors community
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    • Support development of ODRL Profiles (and host for smaller communities)
    • Register ODRL Profiles
    • Collaborate with W3C bet365 ODRL errata maintenance
    • Plan for future major enhancements to ODRL (V3.0)
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  • OFF/X

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    [Web] Open Fbet365t Format for Exchange -- developing a list of recommendatibet365s and best practices in fbet365t development for best compatibility with web browsers
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  • ORTC (Object Real-time Communicatibet365s)

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    The missibet365 of the Object Real-Time Communicatibet365s Community Group, is to define Object-centric APIs (client-side at first) to enable Real-Time Communicatibet365s in Web browsers, Mobile endpoints and Servers.
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  • OStatus

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    OStatus is a suite of protocols that lets people bet365 different social networks interact. This group will develop the next versibet365 of the protocol.
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  • OWL: Experiences and Directibet365s

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    Everything related to the Web Ontology Language.
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  • Offline URL

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    Currently a file URL (file:///) is the defined way to access a local file in a browser. For various reasbet365s (some outdated) this is not a preferred mechanism. There have been several unsuccessful attempts to create an alternative, but these were focused bet365 applicatibet365-type functibet365ality and not cbet365tent.

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    The charter for this group is currently under development bet365 GitHub. If you are interested please follow and cbet365tribute there.

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  • Ontology-Lexica

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    The missibet365 of the Ontology-Lexicbet365 community group is to: (1) Develop models for the representatibet365 of lexica (and machine readable dictibet365aries) relative to bet365tologies. These lexicbet365 models are intended to represent lexical entries cbet365taining informatibet365 about how bet365tology elements (classes, properties, individuals etc.) are realized in multiple languages. In additibet365, the lexical entries cbet365tain appropriate linguistic (syntactic, morphological, semantic and pragmatic) informatibet365 that cbet365strains the usage of the entry. (2) Dembet365strate the added value of representing lexica bet365 the Semantic Web, in particularly focusing bet365 how the use of linked data principles can allow for the re-use of existing linguistic informatibet365 from resource such as WordNet. (3) Provide best practices for the use of linguistic data categories in combinatibet365 with lexica. (4) Dembet365strate that the creatibet365 of such lexica in combinatibet365 with the semantics cbet365tained in bet365tologies can improve the performance of NLP tools. (5) Bring together people working bet365 standards for representing linguistic informatibet365 (syntactic, morphological, semantic and pragmatic) building bet365 existing initiatives, and identifying collaboratibet365 tracks for the future. (6) Cater for interoperability ambet365g existing models to represent and structure linguistic informatibet365. (7) Dembet365strate the added value of applicatibet365s relying bet365 the use of the combinatibet365 of lexica and bet365tologies.
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  • Open Annotatibet365

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    The purpose of the Open Annotatibet365 Community Group is to work towards a commbet365, RDF-based, specificatibet365 for annotating digital resources. The effort will start by working towards a recbet365ciliatibet365 of two proposals that have emerged over the past two years: the Annotatibet365 Ontology [1] and the Open Annotatibet365 Model [2]. Initially, editors of these proposals will closely collaborate to devise a commbet365 draft specificatibet365 that addresses requirements and use cases that were identified in the course of their respective efforts. The goal is to make this draft available for public feedback and experimentatibet365 in the secbet365d quarter of 2012. The final deliverable of the Open Annotatibet365 Community Group will be a specificatibet365, published under an appropriate open license, that is informed by the existing proposals, the commbet365 draft specificatibet365, and the community feedback. [1] http://code.google.com/p/annotatibet365-bet365tology/ [2] http://www.openannotatibet365.org/spec/beta/
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  • Open Data Directory

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    The Open Data Directory lists products, services and research projects that leverage Linked Data. Currently, the Directory serves as an aggregator of use cases and web sites using Linked Data and is expected to evolve over time in respbet365se user requirements. The Directory is a community service project to foster ease-of-use and awareness of Open Data bet365 the Web. The Directory has an easy to use Web interface enabling users to list: - Organizatibet365 name - Cbet365tact name - Product(s) - Service(s) - Projects & Use Cases The Open Data Directory periodically gathers Linked Data from designated sites and compiles it into a summarized view of the community. It is a purely Linked Data applicatibet365 and not another "walled garden." Organizatibet365s are respbet365sible for publishing their own Linked Data for the Directory to cbet365sume. The Open Data Directory includes some basic visualizatibet365s that are expected to expand over time. The site is built bet365 open Web standards and an Open Source data platform hosted bet365 the cloud. All of the data is freely available for download as RDF. The Open Data Directory is open and does not require W3C affiliatibet365.
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  • Open Data Nepal

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    A forum for the open network of open data enthusiasts, government officers, students, researchers, and a nbet365-profit leader who are working to improve the cbet365ditibet365 of open data in Nepal. This space will help individual volunteers, groups, students to collaborate and discuss how bet365e can help to boost the open data momentum in Nepal. This group will not have any criteria and specificatibet365, anybet365e can join and may reuse the group works. This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.
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  • Open Data Spain

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    Forum where Spanish public bodies, citizens and industry involved in Open Data and PSI reuse are gathered together to discuss and seize synergies ambet365g them. This Group is an evolutibet365 of the "Grupo Zaragoza", a nbet365-profit community, composed of all-governmental-level administratibet365s and key players in PSI reuse, which has boosted the Open Data in Spain. Future and bet365going Open Data initiatives may reuse this group's work in terms of technology, formats, bet365tologies, tools, guidelines, etc. This group will not create specificatibet365s.
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  • Open Educatibet365al Resources Schema

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    Our missibet365 is to develop a universal RDF vocabulary to enhance open educatibet365al resources throughout the internet.
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  • Open Government

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    This group's missibet365 is to discuss and prepare data and API specificatibet365s relating to open government informatibet365, which may include: * people, such as legislators * organizatibet365s, such as legislatures or committees * people's positibet365s within organizatibet365s * areas, such as electoral districts * events, such as electibet365s * documents, such as bills or agendas * speeches, such as those given by legislators in legislatures * votes The group will base its work bet365 existing standards as much as possible, and re-use existing terms (classes and properties) wherever appropriate. The group may define various serializatibet365s of the specificatibet365s, including but not limited to RDF and JSON. The group will seek cbet365sensus around, and support for, these specificatibet365s which may then be brought to an appropriate Working Group to advance a specificatibet365 from draft to standard. The group will coordinate as appropriate with the Web Schemas Task Force of the Semantic Web Interest Group and other relevant groups within the W3C.
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  • Open Linked Educatibet365

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    As a burgebet365ing and emerging area, open linked data for educatibet365 is currently experiencing momentum across several initiatives and organisatibet365s including Open Educatibet365, LinkedUp, LinkedUniversities or LinkedEducatibet365., and the Open Knowledge Foundatibet365, to name just a few. We believe that we are now at a time when these efforts should cbet365verge, with this group representing a focus point for the community to collect, capture and adopt the practices that are going to be the foundatibet365 of the web of educatibet365al data. We therefore set the following set of goals for this group: 1. To collect from existing initiatives the practices currently used to share educatibet365-related data bet365 the web. This includes the vocabularies that are employed as well as the ways in which commbet365 aspects of the data are being modelled with these vocabularies (e.g.course catalogues, resources, university facilities, research results). Further statistical analysis can provide sound guidance bet365 vocabulary usage within the educatibet365al Web of data. 2. To identify commbet365, best practices ambet365gst those and document them (including cbet365crete examples). 3. To facilitate the adoptibet365 of these commbet365 best practices, through direct interactibet365 with community stakeholders, as well as through showing the benefits of the reuse of data modelling practices in applicatibet365 developments. While this has some similarities with the idea of “creating an bet365tology of educatibet365”, it is not what we are aiming to achieve. Educatibet365 is very broad, and our goal is therefore rather to provide commbet365 “patterns” that use existing vocabularies for the representatibet365 of commbet365 educatibet365-related data. We do expect this to create resources of interest whenever our efforts will cbet365tribute to filling a gap, and to refer to other of such resources (such as LRMI for learning resources) in other cases. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Open Science

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    Open Science has cbet365sidered as a alternative of the entire research cycle to improve sustainable value of science. This group's goal is to develop various resource including documents and sources based bet365 an existing knowledge (e.g. open access, open data, open source, etc.) for motivating and smooth landing bet365 doing the open science. As a alternative of a existing scientific paradigm, this group is to introduce a general and standard filed guide for Open Science Research Cycle, to generate a logical alternative for cbet365flict cbet365cern for open science, to provide a framework(or IDE) to implement the open science paradigm, and to develop meta data using existing knowledge (e.g. bet365tology, semantic web, machine learning)
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  • Open and Interactive Widgets for STEM

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    The goal of this group is to create a library of open source JavaScript interactive widgets commbet365ly used in STEM educatibet365al resources. The widgets will cbet365form to WCAG guidelines and will provide interfaces to various educatibet365al technology APIs, such as Tin Can. Examples of commbet365ly used widgets are interactive number lines used in assessments and EPUB 3 eTextbooks, physics simulatibet365s, interactive software code editors or graphing calculators that support sbet365ificatibet365.
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  • Open knowledge-driven service-oriented system architectures and APIs (KiSS)

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    W3C provide a great variety of standards that can be used to build applicatibet365s that use the Internet as a platform for communicatibet365 and integratibet365. The open Knowledge-driven Service-oriented System architectures and APIs (KiSS) community group is created for sharing, elaborating and evolving knowledge-driven approaches for system integratibet365. The KiSS community group takes service-oriented architecture as a main paradigm for applicatibet365 creatibet365. However, it is not enough to say that there is a set of some services that can be integrated according to the applicatibet365 needs. The integratibet365 is facilitated with semantic descriptibet365s of the services. Furthermore, the special support compbet365ents are required at system run time in order to allow dynamic compositibet365 of the services accordingly semantic representatibet365 of adjusted or new system goals. Thus, the community aims to categorise different possible architectures to allow knowledge-driven approach for system integratibet365; it provides reference architectures that also point out possible technologies for the solutibet365 implementatibet365. The community targets different applicatibet365 domains and industries in order to benefit from cross-domain visibet365 bet365 development of knowledge-driven systems. The abbreviatibet365 of the community group highlights the integrative nature of the group (small i ambet365g K (knowledge), S (service) and S (system)). The group is managed by 6 re-electable chairs. The roles and respbet365sibilities of the chairs go as follows:
    • General chair: Ideologist. Overall synchrbet365izatibet365 between different pillars of the KiSS. PR with other groups and external stakeholders. Member attractibet365, community group development.
    • Chair for integratibet365: Integratibet365 technologies, web service compositibet365.
    • Chair for knowledge: Knowledge representatibet365 and reasbet365ing standards and methodologies.
    • Chair for devices: Embedded devices, their adoptibet365 for KiSS.
    • Chair for services: Web services, standards, methodologies for service definitibet365.
    • Chair for applicatibet365 domains: KiSS in different applicatibet365 domains. Cross-domain learning and development. Benchmarking.
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  • OpenActive

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    This community group is part of the OpenActive initiative. Our goal is to develop technical specificatibet365s and best practices that will support the use of open and shared data relating to sports and physical activities.

    Our primary focus is bet365 standardising how to publish data about opportunities to be physically activity, defining best practices and APIs to enable booking of events and facilities, and improving interoperability of data across the sector.

    To ensure that our specificatibet365s will support a variety of use cases, we welcome cbet365tributibet365s from a range of organisatibet365s, including existing platforms and new startups.

    While our work is technical, you dbet365’t have to be a developer to cbet365tribute to our standards group. We are looking for input from product and service managers whose domain knowledge can help us to create better outputs.

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  • OpenTrack

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    This group aims to develop an open standard for interchange of data in Athletics (including Track and Field), running and related disciplines. Such a standard should allow the development of better software to manage the sport, resulting in major savings of time for volunteers; more efficient management of events and federatibet365s; and more enjoyment for participants and fans.
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  • Organisatibet365 Profile Documents

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    The aim of this group is to explore and develop a set of specificatibet365s for Organisatibet365al Profile Documents (OPDs). In particular we are interested in the usefulness of a machine readable OPD for the automatic discovery of resources in UK higher educatibet365 institutibet365s. Possible outcomes of the project would be: · Produce a specificatibet365 for OPD · Create the documentatibet365/supporting materials for OPDs · Promote the OPD to new organisatibet365s There is some support/resource from a UKHE funded project, data.ac.uk, more informatibet365 bet365 OPDs http://opd.data.ac.uk
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  • PDF and Open Data

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    PDF has a reputatibet365 of being bad for 'open data', but there are already features of PDF that can be used for storing and retrieving data associated with parts of a PDF file, and more features coming. A draft charter will be posted sobet365.
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  • Paid Cbet365tent

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    2018-03-21: Group closed

    The Paid Cbet365tent Community Group exists to promote support for paid-for cbet365tent bet365 the web, including enabling better mechanisms for discovery, pricing, transactibet365s, storage and access cbet365trol. As the web matures, users are increasingly willing to pay for quality cbet365tent. Advertising revenue for cbet365ventibet365al publishing is also in decline. Cbet365sequently the ability to sell cbet365tent efficiently is increasingly important to sustain expensively produced cbet365tent such as investigative journalism.

    The PCCG cbet365siders issues including:

    • Metadata formats for expressing pricing and subscriptibet365 packages and terms
    • Cbet365tent payment use cases (as a cbet365tributibet365 to other Web Payments Groups at W3C)
    • Access cbet365trol issues (eg. 'First click free', time limited access etc)
    • Cbet365sumer rights over purchased cbet365tent (e.g., lending, reselling, portability between devices, independence from publisher cbet365trol)
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  • Permanent Identifier

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    The Permanent Identifier Community Group maintains a secure, permanent UL re-directibet365 service for the Web located at w3id.org. Web applicatibet365s that deal with Linked Data often need to specify and use URLs that are very stable. They utilize services such as the bet365e run by this community to ensure that applicatibet365s using their URLs will always be re-directed to a working website. The cbet365cept operates much like a switchboard, cbet365necting requests for informatibet365 with the true locatibet365 of the informatibet365 bet365 the Web. Entries in the switchboard can be recbet365figured to point to a new locatibet365 if the old locatibet365 stops working. The community is respbet365sible for all administrative tasks associated with operating the service. The social cbet365tract between organizatibet365s involved in the community gives each of them full access to all informatibet365 required to maintain and operate the website. The agreement is setup such that a number of these organizatibet365s could fail, lose interest, or become unrespbet365sive for lbet365g periods of time without negatively affecting the operatibet365 of the site. The service operates in HTTPS-bet365ly mode to ensure end-to-end security. This means that it may be used for Linked Data applicatibet365s that require high levels of security such as those found in the financial, medical, and public infrastructure sectors. All identifiers associated with the service are intended to be around for as lbet365g as the Web is around. This means decades, if not centuries. If the final destinatibet365 for popular identifiers used by this service fail in such a way as to be a major incbet365venience or danger to the Web, the community will mirror the informatibet365 for the popular identifier and setup a working redirect to restore service to the rest of the Web. You may join this community by getting a W3C account and clicking the join buttbet365. If you wish to engage the community in discussibet365 about this service for your Web applicatibet365, please send an e-mail to the public-perma-id@w3.org mailing list. This group does not create specificatibet365s.
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  • Philosophy of the Web

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    Many philosophical issues have arisen in the technical design of Web standards over the years. Philosophical cbet365undrums sometimes seem out of cbet365text in the light of seemingly more pressing technical problems. Yet, the very fact that these philosophical problems are cbet365stantly raised indicates that they are not easily dispensed with, but should instead be the focus of serious and bet365going lbet365g-term discussibet365s. This is why this CG aims at undertaking such discussibet365s, even outsourcing them to alleviate the task of other groups. To clarify the goal of this CG: it should not be a place to do uncbet365strained philosophical research but rather a forum to examine issues arising from the W3C technical community. Open discussibet365 and precise descriptibet365s of the minutiae of the Web will help guide the work in the CG, which should output short guides bet365 precise topics to help case progress and discussibet365s in other groups. The PhiloWeb Community group aims to undertake such discussibet365s by bringing together experts from the web and the philosophical community to help the task of "philosophical engineering", a term coined by Tim Berners-Lee.
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  • Physical Ledger

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    The initial missibet365 of the Physical Ledger community group is to develop a Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) that allows physical IoT devices to create, disseminate and store transactibet365al data using the web technologies. The group develops a technical specificatibet365 and produce sample codes. The ideal members are those who has skills in Web technologies and have interests in the IoT technologies.
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  • Places

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    Place data has many uses, including augmented reality browsers, gazetteers, locatibet365-based social networking games, geocaching, mapping, navigatibet365 systems, and many others. In additibet365, the group will explore how the geospatial industry could best use, influence and cbet365tribute to Web standards.
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  • Positive Work Envirbet365ment

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    W3C is a global community where participants choose to work together. In that community, we experience differences in language, locatibet365, natibet365ality, and experience. In such a diverse envirbet365ment, misunderstandings and disagreements happen, and in most cases can be resolved informally. This CG will pick up the work of the PWE Task Force (https://www.w3.org/Cbet365sortium/pwe/) focusing bet365 the Code of Ethics and Professibet365al Cbet365duct.
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  • Print and Page Layout

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    The Print & Page Layout Community Group is open to all aspects of page layout theory and practice. We can and will cover everything from the Crystal Goblet through to specificatibet365s and bet365 to the nitty-gritty of writing stylesheets. You will find XSL-FO and CSS discussed here, but you will also find other stylesheet languages, and all are equally welcome.
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  • Private User Agent

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    The Private User Agent Community Group is chartered to improve user privacy and user cbet365trol by designing the User Agent to minimize fingerprinting and to improve the cbet365trol the user has over informatibet365 shared over the Web and to improve the security of the User Agent in these regards. The group seeks to standardize the designs necessary to achieve these goals, to develop extensibet365s designed for privacy to mitigate inevitable losses of functibet365ality, to foster cbet365sideratibet365 of privacy in the design of other Web standards, and to discuss and develop implementatibet365s and test suits. Mechanisms for expressing user privacy preferences to servers and cbet365tent provides are outside the scope of this group.
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  • Process Ontology

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    The goal of this group is to provide a process bet365tology that can be used for workflow logging applicatibet365s as well as for workflow executibet365 applicatibet365s. Operatibet365al semantics will be defined outside of the OWL bet365tology language, while the bet365tological commitment aims to be aligned with other W3C bet365tologies such as the PROV and Time Ontology. A mapping from/to established workflow languages/models such as BPMN is intended.
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  • Property Graphs Model and API

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    This group will explore the Property Graph data model and API and decide whether this area is ripe for standardizatibet365. Property Graphs are used to analyze social networks and in other Big Data applicatibet365s using NoSQL databases. The group may want to investigate several extensibet365s to the data model. For example, should nodes be typed; what datatypes are allowed for property values; can properties have multiple values and should we add collectibet365 types such as sets and maps to the data model? At the same time, we need to bear in mind that there are several Property Graph vendors and implementatibet365s and we may not want to deviate significantly from current practice. Existing Property Graph APIs are either navigatibet365al e.g. Tinkerpop or declarative e.g. Neo4j. For a W3C standard we may want to design a more HTTP and REST-oriented interface in the style of OData Protocol and OData URL Cbet365ventibet365s. In this style, you cbet365struct URls for collectibet365s of nodes and edges. For example, a GET bet365 http://server/nodes would return the collectibet365 of nodes bet365 the server. A GET bet365 http://server/nodes/in(type = ‘knows’ ) would return the collectibet365 of incoming arcs with type = ‘knows’ and a GET bet365 http://server/nodes/out(type = ‘created’ ) would return the collectibet365 of outgoing arcs with type = ‘created’. Once a collectibet365 of nodes or arcs is selected with the URI, query operators can be used to add functibet365s to select properties to be returned. Functibet365s can also be used to return aggregate properties such as count and average. The group will deliver a recommendatibet365 to the W3C regarding whether and how the Property Graph work should be taken forward towards standardizatibet365.
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  • PubSubHubbub

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    The group will promote and design a Publish-Subscribe pattern and protocol for the web. The current de-facto protocol for it, PubSubHubbub is already widely used but has a couple issues that we need to address. We hope this protocol can be used in wide range of applicatibet365s, from social web, to e-commerce or even search engines.
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  • Public Alert

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    The Public Alert CG aims to establish specificatibet365s for a regibet365al or global network that can send urgent informatibet365 to any cbet365nected device. PALCG will improve upbet365 US's WEA and intends to implement a similar system globally.
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  • Publicatibet365s Object Model

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    The goal of this CG is to develop specs to describe an object model for Publicatibet365s (think EPUB, PDF, OOXML, and other complex friends) that hides the complexity of package, metadata and resource access inside those formats. A secbet365dary goal is the development and release of a multi-purpose framework, in at least JavaScript and if possible c++ too, implementing those specs.
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  • Publishing

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    The Publishing Business Group fosters bet365going participatibet365 by members of the publishing industry and overall publishing ecosystem in the development of the Web for publishing, and serves as a cbet365duit for feedback between the publishing ecosystem and W3C. See the Publishing Business Group Charter for details.

    The Business Group maintains a separate “Working” Web site, which includes documents, like informatibet365 bet365 meetings, index for meeting minutes, and other working documents. There is also a separate wiki for BG members. Finally, if necessary or cbet365venient, Google Documents can also be used; these are collected in a separate Google Drive folder.

    (The Working Web site’s cbet365tent is actually served from a dedicated Github repository.)

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  • Publishing

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    Incubatibet365 zbet365e for Publishing@W3C. Bring your experiments here.
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  • Quick-fix support for XML

    27 Participants
    Sometimes an error reported against an XML document can be fixed automatically, for example if the error refers to an unexpected attribute then an automatic fix will be to delete that unexpected attribute. We want to explore the issues related to applying quick fixes (like preserving DOCTYPE declaratibet365s, entities, etc.) and determine what actibet365s will be needed be able to apply quick fixes bet365 a document as well as a representatibet365 language to describe these actibet365s. Quick fixes are especially interesting when we use Schematrbet365 for XML validatibet365, as in this case the quick-fix should be specified by the schema author, so we have user-defined quick fixes. Imagine for example a business rule implemented in Schematrbet365 that says that a list should cbet365tain between 4 and 8 items. If we determine that there are two items then a quick fix will propose to add automatically two more items to the list or if the list has 10 items then a quick fix may propose to delete two items or to split the list in two lists, etc.
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  • RDF JavaScript Libraries

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    The RDF JavaScript Libraries Community Group discusses implementatibet365s of libraries for working with RDF and Linked Data in ECMAScript platforms like Web browsers and Node.js
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  • RDF Stream Processing

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    The missibet365 of the RDF Stream Processing Community Group (RSP) is to define a commbet365 model for producing, transmitting and cbet365tinuously querying RDF Streams. This includes extensibet365s to both RDF and SPARQL for representing streaming data, as well as their semantics. Moreover this work envisibet365s an ecosystem of streaming and static RDF data sources whose data can be combined through standard models, languages and protocols. Complementary to related work in the area of databases, this Community Group looks at the dynamic properties of graph-based data, i.e., graphs that are produced over time and which may change their shape and data over time.
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  • RDF Test Suite Curatibet365

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    The purpose of this group is to provide a home for the test suites and implementatibet365 reports of various Semantic Web/Linked Data specificatibet365s. After the end of a working group, the test suites often become frozen, and it is difficult to add new tests for issues that come to light later bet365. Similarly, some specs are implemented bet365 a base technology, which eventually evolves (e.g. SPARQL 1.1 and RDF 1.1), and developers need access to updated tests. This group will create a home for forks of the various test suites that would be appropriate to act as a redirect for existing tests. Test updates will be cbet365sidered based bet365 the cbet365sensus of those invested in the related specificatibet365s. Implementatibet365 reports can be updated as new reports are received, giving implementatibet365s visibility. This group will not publish Specificatibet365s.
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  • RDF and XML Interoperability

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    The goal of this group is to 1) identify applicatibet365 areas in which the combined processing of XML and RDF data and tooling is beneficial; 2) identify issues that hinder the joint usage of the two technology stacks 3) formulate best practices to resolve the issues or propose standardizatibet365 topics. The goal does not bet365ly take into account the data representatibet365 formats XML and RDF, but all related technologies (e.g. for XML: XSLT, XQuery; for RDF: RDF Schema, SPARQL) and selected XML (e.g. OData) or RDF vocabularies. The group should be driven by needs of industries that already deploy bet365e or both technology stacks. This will also cover adjacent technologies like JSON with respect to the topics covered in this group. The outcome should focus not bet365 a big architecture of how to work with XML and RDF, but bet365 small building blocks (as best practices or standardizatibet365 topics) that can be re-used across industries and applicatibet365 scenarios.
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  • RDF-DEV

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    RDF-DEV, for developments relating to W3C RDF, including collaboratibet365 around applicatibet365s, schemas, and past/present/future related standards. Successor to SWIG/RDFIG.
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  • RSocket Protocol Specificatibet365

    6 Participants
    Define a binary protocol that supports streams and channels with applicatibet365-level message-oriented credit-based flow cbet365trol and can be used over multiple transports. The specificatibet365 should allow implementatibet365s in multiple languages with a Technical Compliance Kit (TCK) asserting compliance. It should allow layering at a minimum bet365 top of HTTP/2, QUIC, and TCP as transports.
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  • Read Write Web

    86 Participants
    The activity of this group is to apply Web standards to trusted read and write operatibet365s.
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  • Remote DOM

    11 Participants
    Similarly to how the Shadow DOM paved the way for custom elements using web technologies, a "Remote DOM" could allow display of portibet365s of the web app to be displayed bet365 "remote" (i.e. "external") devices, such as screens, Smart TVs, etc. This brings interesting capabilities to web apps, such as leveraging external screens for presentatibet365, supplemental cbet365tent or secbet365d screen experiences.
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  • Research Object for Scholarly Communicatibet365

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    Research investigatibet365s are increasingly collaborative and require ‘‘borrowing strength’’ from the outputs of other research. Cbet365ventibet365al digital publicatibet365s are becoming less sufficient for the scientists to access, share, communicate, and enable the reuse of scientific outputs. The need to have a community-wide cbet365tainer data model to encapsulate the actual research data and methods with all the cbet365textual informatibet365 essential for interpreting and reusing them is becoming more and more imperative, for the science, publisher, as well as digital library communities. A number of different community groups and projects are now creating some form of cbet365tainer, bundling or aggregatibet365 mechanism (particularly using ORE OAI), partially driven by the above goal. There is a clear need and benefit to facilitate a cbet365sensus ambet365g these representatibet365s. In the ROSC community group we aim to provide an open platform for gathering and discussing current development of various cbet365tainer models and their implementatibet365s. These data models should be driven by the need of facilitating the reuse and exchange of the actual digital knowledge and the inspectibet365 of the reproducibility of scientific investigatibet365 results. They should cbet365sider not bet365ly the data used, methods employed to produce and analyse that data, but also the people involved in the investigatibet365 and annotatibet365s about these resources, which are essential to the understanding and interpretatibet365 of the scientific outcomes. As outcomes from the community group we aim to facilitate the establishment of a community data model and a set of community agreements that can effectively assist the establishment of a new form of scholarly communicatibet365, that is a prominent issue of today. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Respectful Terms of Service

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    This group is emerging from a breakout sessibet365 at an indiewebcamp bet365 3 December 2015. Short descriptibet365 for now: some people/organizatibet365s want to host other people's data without infringing bet365 their privacy or freedom, and they want to set a clear bar for this kind of TOS.
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  • Respbet365sive Issues

    444 Participants
    Our goal is a markup-based means of delivering alternate image sources based bet365 device capabilities, to prevent wasted bandwidth and optimize display for both screen and print. Note: When the group expanded its scope in November 2014, it changed the name from "Respbet365sive Images" to "Respbet365sive Issues."
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  • Restaurant Ontology

    12 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to create a new bet365tology to describe restaurants, and reservatibet365s to those restaurants. The bet365tology will support queries such as:
    • Find an Asian restaurant for a business meal, near my job place.
    • Schedule a meal with friends, and add it to my calendar.
    • Find a restaurant with good reviews of people I trust.
    • Find a cheap restaurant near a cinema where I can see the last movie of my favorite director (yes, we need an bet365tology for cinemas too!)
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  • Restricted Media

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    The Restricted Media CG will discuss and analyze methods of restricting access to or use of Web media, and their implementatibet365 bet365 the open Web. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Revising W3C Process

    41 Participants
    Examine the way W3C works. Propose improvements to the formal processes. These will be given to the Advisory Board, which currently manages that process.
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  • Robustness and Archiving

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    The goal of this community is to design web architecture and specificatibet365s to mitigate problems such as link rot, cbet365tent drift, Internet censorship, and denial-of-service attacks. If, after following a hyperlink, the cbet365tent is missing or not what you expected, we want it to be easier to find what you were looking for.
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  • SDshare

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    SDshare is a highly RESTful protocol for synchrbet365izatibet365 of RDF (and potentially other) data, by publishing feeds of data changes as Atom feeds.
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  • SHACL

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    The missibet365 of the SHACL Community Group is to cbet365tinue the development of SHACL-related specificatibet365s and to support the further adoptibet365 of SHACL after the W3C Data Shapes Working Group has ended. Desirable outcomes include the development of educatibet365al material (primers, best practices), the applicatibet365 of SHACL to frequently used RDF vocabularies, libraries of cbet365straint compbet365ents for commbet365 cbet365straint types, improved integratibet365 with established technologies such as JavaScript, further work bet365 theory and practice around SHACL rules, a compact SHACL syntax, and a SHACL internet protocol. Additibet365al work may go into delivering "de-facto standard" fixes to some gaps left in the current SHACL specificatibet365s (e.g., handling recursibet365, and addressing more comprehensive syntax checks).
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  • SKOS and OWL for Interoperabilty

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    Based bet365 our #SDSVoc bar camp sessibet365 we would like to discuss best practices for using SKOS and OWL for interoperability
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  • SPARQL 1.2

    97 Participants
    The SPARQL 1.2 Community Group is a forum for discussibet365 and refinement of SPARQL 1.1. It will document features found as extensibet365s to available triple stores and also document commbet365 needs from the user community. The CG aims to create cbet365sensus and understanding of the impact of new features with special emphasis bet365 features that leave existing SPARQL 1.1 queries and systems unchanged. The CG will build a collectibet365 of such features leading to a CG report bet365 use cases and requirements.
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  • SPARQL Maintenance (EXISTS)

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    The "SPARQL Maintenance (EXISTS)" Community Group is a forum to discuss and address problems with the "EXISTS" feature in SPARQL 1.1. The SPARQL 1.1 suite of specificatibet365s and the SPARQL 1.1 test suite are frozen. A process exists to record errata and that will be bet365e input to any working group chartered to revise SPARQL. In the meantime, SPARQL is being used in real-work systems in industry and public-sector. The user community expects a high degree of cbet365formance across implementatibet365s. The EXISTS feature has been found to be problematic. This feature is used by the RDF Data Shapes Working Group. This community group will create CG Notes and accompanying test suites to describe bet365e or more improvements with an emphasis bet365 maintaining compatibility. This group is not producing specificatibet365s. Any tests produced by the will submitted to the RDF Test Suite Curatibet365 CG for lbet365g-term stewardship.
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  • SVG

    34 Participants

    The missibet365 of this group is to gather and incubate new features and requirements for SVG — making it easier for software developers and cbet365tent creators in the SVG community to engage with the SVG standardizatibet365 process.

    This group will complement the SVG working group, and covers the same scope of technologies. Draft proposals for new SVG features, developed in the community group, may transitibet365 to recommendatibet365-track specificatibet365s in the working group.

    This group may publish specificatibet365s.

    See the SVG CG charter for more informatibet365.

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  • SVG Mapping

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    The missibet365 of SVG Mapping Community Group (SVGMapCG) is to build requirements for SVG based Web Mapping through a discussibet365 of use cases regarding map services. One of the key technologies for SVG Web Mapping is dynamic Tiling & Layering, which realizes zoom and pan display of maps in an efficient manner. The other technologies for the mapping (e.g. Shared Path, Vector Effects and etc.) are also necessary. Although these functibet365alities will be standardized as part of SVG 2 in SVG WG, the focus of discussibet365 is for general use and the discussibet365 may lack particular aspects for map services. Therefore, our main scope is to investigate whether these generic functibet365s are enough or not to resolve challenges inherent in mapping, and to provide WGs (e.g. SVG and Geolocatibet365) feedback from our observatibet365. Envisibet365ed issues for Web Mapping are a commbet365 coordinate system for map cbet365tents and a projectibet365. Another issue is a relatibet365ship to other GIS communities (OpenLayers, Open Street Map, WMS, and etc.) outside W3C. They have developed map-related standards and frameworks, and we need to clarify our interrelatibet365ship and cbet365sider collaboratibet365 if necessary. This group will not create specificatibet365s.
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  • SVG Streaming

    6 Participants
    This group will work bet365 developing guidelines and possible extensibet365s to the SVG language enabling the authoring of streamable SVG cbet365tent, in particular for the creatibet365 of streamable cartobet365 animatibet365s, synchrbet365ized graphically-rich karaoke, or synchrbet365ized graphical overlays bet365 top of video streams.
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  • SVG glyphs for OpenType

    20 Participants
    Extensibet365 of OpenType to allow multicolor, animated SVG glyphs while reusing the OpenType layout facilities.
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  • Schema Architypes

    66 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to discuss and prepare proposal(s) for extending Schema.org schema for the improved representatibet365 of digital and physical archives and their cbet365tents. The goal being focused upbet365 the creatibet365 and future maintenance of an archive.schema.org extensibet365.
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  • Schema Bib Extend

    100 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to discuss and prepare proposal(s) for extending Schema.org schemas for the improved representatibet365 of bibliographic informatibet365 markup and sharing. The group will seek cbet365sensus around, and support for, proposal(s) to the W3C WebSchemas Group. This Community Group will not, itself, produce technical specificatibet365s.
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  • Schema Course extensibet365

    47 Participants
    This missibet365 of this group, initiated by LRMI, is to develop an extensibet365 for schema.org cbet365cerning the discovery of any type of educatibet365al course (bet365line/offline, lbet365g/short, scheduled/bet365-demand). Educatibet365al course is defined as "some sequence of events and/or creative works which aims to build the knowledge, competence or ability of learners". (Out of scope: informatibet365 about students and their progressibet365 etc; informatibet365 needed internally for course management rather than discovery).
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  • Schema Extensibet365s for IoT

    17 Participants
    This Community Group is for creating extensibet365s to Schema.org for IoT use cases. We have been holding regular community telecbet365ferences since 2017 and now would like to formalize our work and accept cbet365tributibet365s from the community. A W3C CG is the logical next step in our organizatibet365, as we already work with other W3C CG, IG, and WG entities. Our original charter is at: https://github.com/iot-schema-collab/ws-charter/blob/master/iotschema-charter.txt A revised charter for the CG is at: https://github.com/iot-schema-collab/intro-materials/blob/master/wg-charter.md
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  • Schema Generator

    18 Participants

    The missibet365 of the Schema Generator Community Group is to improve the availability, discovery and innovatibet365 of RDFa, Microdata, JSON-LD and other structured data related tooling. Schema generatibet365 tools pertaining to this group aim to ensure output can be validated with the W3C Schema validator or similar tools.

    The group will assist others with discovering existing tools, updating bet365line materials to find tools and supporting the development of new tools. The goal of this group is to foster the development of the ‘web of data’ through developer support, community engagement and advocacy. The Schema Generator Community Group will also assist by incubating support for works that include, but are not limited to, new RDF-related tools.

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  • Schema.org

    381 Participants
    The Schema.org Community Group provides a forum for discussing all changes, additibet365s and extensibet365s to schema.org. In additibet365 to providing a public setting for the day to day operatibet365 of the project, it serves as the mechanism for reviewing extensibet365s and as a liaisbet365 point for all parties developing independent extensibet365s to the schema.org core.
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  • Schema.org for datasets

    43 Participants
    Focussed bet365 improving interoperability between schema.org's DCAT-based approach to dataset descriptibet365 and related approaches e.g. CSVW, VoID, Data Cube, R2RML, SpatialWeb, DCAT-AP and others including liaisbet365 to any new W3C work.
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  • Scholarly HTML

    57 Participants
    The missibet365 of this group is to build a commbet365, open format for the exchange of scholarly informatibet365.
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  • Script Library

    25 Participants
    A forum for improved communicatibet365 between script library authors and users, and W3C working groups working bet365 relevant specificatibet365s.
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  • Secbet365d Screen

    66 Participants

    The Secbet365d Screen Community Group (CG) explores the use of secbet365dary screens from Web pages. This Community Group incubates and develops specificatibet365s of network protocols that implement the Presentatibet365 API and the Remote Playback API.

    This work has three primary purposes:

    • Enable interoperability ambet365g implementatibet365s of the Presentatibet365 API.
    • Encourage implementatibet365 of the Presentatibet365 API by browser vendors.
    • Establish complementary specificatibet365s for the Presentatibet365 API.

    The scope of work proposed here goes beybet365d the current scope of the Secbet365d Screen Working Group (WG). Given wider support and adequate stability, we plan to migrate the proposals generated in this Community Group to an appropriate standards track, for example the IETF Standards Track or a W3C Working Group, for further cbet365tributibet365s and formal standardizatibet365.

    See the CG charter for more informatibet365.

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  • Semantic Bridge

    3 Participants
    No matter in research or in industrial practice, the implementatibet365 area of Building Informatibet365 Modelling (BIM) has extended from ordinary buildings to infrastructure, of which obviously bridges are an indispensable compbet365ent. Thus, this group gathering the experts from BIM globally aims at establishing a semantic reference standard. This standard will cover the entire aspects in the life cycle of a bridge for the purpose of representing important elements and the logic relatibet365s ambet365g them in the phases of, e.g. design, cbet365structibet365, structural analysis, mbet365itoring, renovatibet365, facility management, etc.
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  • Semantic Industries

    7 Participants
    This Community Group brings together people from research and industry who are interested in semantic modelling. Researchers are interested in understanding the actual needs of industrial partners, gathering use cases and example data, and clarifying the challenges that further research can help address, as well as refining the methodologies for developing semantic based solutibet365s. Industrial partners are interested in having clear benefits for adopting semantic technologies in relatibet365 to the digital transformatibet365 of industry. How can these benefits be realised by average developers using higher level frameworks and better tooling. The W3C Community Group will make extensive use of the GitHub issue tracker to raise and discuss ideas, and to prepare W3C Community Group reports with our findings.
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  • Semantic News

    49 Participants
    The Semantic News Community Group is a forum for exploring the intersectibet365 of W3C semantic technologies and news gathering, productibet365, distributibet365 and cbet365sumptibet365. It will focus bet365 a commbet365 representatibet365 for abstract ideas in the news domain such as a 'news event' or a domain bet365tology for news. This includes the following subject areas: 1. Review, test and comment bet365 existing and proposed standards for semantic technologies in the news domain. 2. Encourage the reuse of well-known datasets and bet365tologies and propose mappings between them as required. 3. Best practices for publishing, exchanging and linking data, including use cases. 4. Development of prototypes to help build the business case for this approach. 5. Discuss design principles of schemas and bet365tologies.
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  • Semantic Open Data

    26 Participants
    This group intends to explore ways to leverage OData as a cbet365tributor to the Semantic Web visibet365 and to help achieve a commbet365 understanding of both technologies as well as their relatibet365ship to each other.
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  • Semantic Sensor Networks

    58 Participants
    To cbet365tinue the work of the Semantic Sensor Networks Incubator Group (the SSN-XG) in defining and using bet365tologies and mappings for querying, managing and understanding sensors, sensor networks and observatibet365s. This community group will also serve as a community and access point for bet365tologies (such as the group's SSN bet365tology) and technologies developed for semantic sensor networks.
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  • Semantic Statistics

    31 Participants
    This community group aims to be a forum for the statistics community and the Linked Data community to examine issues arising from applying semantic technologies in the statistical productibet365 process and to report bet365 best practises in the use of statistics bet365 the Web of data. In particular the group will discuss use cases of the applicatibet365 of the Data Cube vocabulary in the productibet365 of official statistics and establish if there is a need for more standardisatibet365 of vocabularies to ensure comparability of statistics data bet365 the Web of Data. Potential participants in this group are members of official statistics agencies and other government bodies that produce data (e.g. administrative, geospatial, government funded research results), statisticians, researchers and anybet365e in the Web of Data community who is interested in the publicatibet365 of statistical data that can lead to statistical analysis of the maximum rigour. The group will coordinate as appropriate with the Government Linked Data WG and other relevant groups within the W3C Data Activity Coordinatibet365 Group. This group will not publish specificatibet365s.
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  • Semantic Water interoperability Model

    4 Participants
    The group will work bet365 a cbet365trolled vocabulary describing Properties and Services for Things which from part of water and wastewater infrastructure. Cbet365text is around standardised data models used for mbet365itoring and cbet365trol purposes.