Friday, July 24, 2015

World Wide Web Consortium Moving to the Australian National University

The Australian National University will be hosting the Australian office of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). To get things started, J. Alan Bird, W3C Global Business Development Lead based at MIT will be speaking about "Data on the Web", 9:30am, 27 July 2015 at ANU (please RSVP to attend):
" Alan will introduce attendees to some of the most recent standards work of the W3C in vertical domains where the Web is emerging as a major disruptive force, in particular the recommendations around the publishing and use of data."
By the way, I get a mention on the W3C Accessibility pages in the "A Cautionary Tale of Inaccessibility: Sydney Olympics Website", as I was one of the expert witnesses in the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission case.

No comments: