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Re: Proposed W3C priorities for education

From: Marcos Caceres <marcos@marcosc.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 20:18:35 +1000
To: DANET PIERRE <pdanet@hachette-livre.fr>, "crispin.weston@saltis.org" <crispin.weston@saltis.org>
Cc: "public-most-important-priorities@w3.org" <public-most-important-priorities@w3.org>, "Michael Champion (MS OPEN TECH)" <michael.champion@microsoft.com>
Message-ID: <etPan.54e46773.1190cde7.dabe@Zero-privacy.local>

On February 18, 2015 at 8:04:04 PM, DANET PIERRE (pdanet@hachette-livre.fr) wrote: 
> In this case, i can tell you, Education will be in proprietary and closed formats in x years.  


> Community Group is surely a good approach but it gives the impression that you gather  
> experts from a domain in a room, you close the doors, and then you let them discussing a  
> long time. 

Again, see responsive images example. Your perceptions are incorrect. You make what you will from a CG - there are no rules and everyone is free to participate.  

> So our idea was more to show to the world that Education is in the vision of a WWW open, accessible,…etc..  

Yes, but the Web Platform gives you that for free. It's built into the platform: we don't need to be shown that (we know it's accessible - because that's how we engineered it). What's more interesting is showing where it's not being accessible to students, or open, etc. For example, it's quite sad that PDFs are still being shared so much in the education sphere. Would be good to find out why and hopefully the Web can put an end to that. 
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