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7 November 2007

Live from the Technical Plenary

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As I announced last week, I’m sitting today in the W3C Technical Plenary day; if you wanted to be here but couldn’t, here some good news: you can listen to the presentations and discussions live on the Web, and even read the transcript live.

It’s probably not as good as being here, but this is getting close, so enjoy!

30 October 2007

W3C Technical Plenary is next week

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Every year since 2000, W3C gathers a good chunk of its 69 groups (which, by the way, represent a community of 1500 persons) for a week of face-to-face meetings, offering the opportunity to have joint meetings between these groups, as well as plenty of informal interactions between the participants.

But one of the big highlight of the week remains for me the Technical Plenary day: during a full day, all the participants week are put together in a big room to discuss some of the hot topics in the W3C community, based on a set of presentations and panels. As always, all the proceedings of the event are released publicly, making for a great source of knowledge available to all – you can see for yourself from the list of previous technical plenaries.

25 October 2007

ParisWeb 2007

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I’ve been invited to participate the Paris Web conference, in (how-surprisingly) Paris; I’ll be closing the conference on November 16, presenting the ongoing work of W3C on the Mobile Web, and in particular the recent progress on mobileOK.

I’ve heard plenty of good things on last year edition of the conference, and the programme this year looks quite promising as well; so, no doubt, I’ll be there!

Paris Web 2007, 15, 16 & 17 novembre, J’y serai !

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Picture of Dominique Hazael-MassieuxDominique Hazaël-Massieux (dom@w3.org) is part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Staff; his interests cover a number of Web technologies, as well as the usage of open source software in a distributed work environment.