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W3C Public Newsletter, 2015-11-02

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Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2015 09:24:52 -0500
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Dear W3C Public Newsletter Subscriber,

The 2015-11-02 version of the W3C Public Newsletter is online:

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W3C Communications Team

W3C creates Web Developers avenue and introduces Friends

   28 October 2015

   [] W3C is pleased to unveil today during TPAC2015, a new W3C
   Developers avenue featuring the W3C offerings and tools Web
   developers need for their work. The new one-stop page will
   guide Web developers based on interest:

     * Free and open-source W3C validators, checkers and tools
     * Discourse, to discuss and learn
     * Learning, in a W3Cx MOOC or a course from W3DevCampus
     * W3C Community Groups to propose and incubate new web
     * Testing the Web Forward
     * Friends, our new gratitude program

   [] We are also introducing Friends, a gratitude program that
   makes it easy for individuals to affiliate as Friends and
   donate to support us as we provide the tools and services that
   help move the Web forward, thus fulfilling the W3C’s mission.
   This replaces the former W3C Supporters Program.


   You can read more in Jeff Jaffe’s Blog post.


   More news: <http://www.w3.org/blog/news/>


     * 2015-11-25 (25 NOV) – 2015-11-26 (26 NOV)
       Share-PSI Workshop: Maximising interoperability — core
       vocabularies, location-aware data and more
       Berlin, Germany
       Hosted by Fraunhofer FOKUS
       The fifth and final workshop in the Share-PSI series will
       address the topic of maximising interoperability: core
       vocabularies, location-aware data and more. The workshop is
       explicitly interested in ideas, concepts and solutions that
       directly or indirectly address the interoperability of open
       data and PSI. As with all Share-PSI workshops, the aim is
       to identify best practices in these areas with a focus on
       Public Sector Information, although cultural heritage,
       commercial and scientific data are also relevant.

W3C Blog

     * W3Cx: Expose your skills as a Web developer
       29 October 2015 by Bernard Gidon
     * Privacy Bridges with Do Not Track
       28 October 2015 by Wendy Seltzer
     * W3C Releases Web Developers Avenue
       27 October 2015 by Jeff Jaffe

Upcoming Talks

     * 2015-11-05 (5 NOV)
       XForms - An (unusual) Worked Example
       by Steven Pemberton
       XForms Day 2015, XML Amsterdam
       Amsterdam, The Netherlands
     * 2015-11-05 (5 NOV)
       XForms, the Overview
       by Steven Pemberton
       XForms Day 2015, XML Amsterdam
       Amsterdam, The Netherlands
     * 2015-11-05 (5 NOV)
       The Next 10 Years of Success - reloaded
       keynote by Phil Archer
       Paris, France
     * 2015-11-06 (6 NOV)
       After HTML5, What Next?
       keynote by Steven Pemberton
       XML Amsterdam
       Amsterdam, The Netherlands
     * 2015-11-13 (13 NOV)
       Developing portable & context-aware multimodal applications
       for connected devices using W3C Multimodal Architecture
       ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction 2015
       Seattle , USA
     * 2015-11-20 (20 NOV)
       The Convergence of Digital Publishing and the Web
       keynote by Ivan Herman
       markup forum 2015
       Stuttgart, Germany
     * 2015-11-26 (26 NOV)
       Transforming the Web together
       by Bernard Gidon
       How to Web
       Bucharest, Romania

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