CFP: W3C Workshop on Metadata for Content Adaptation

Call for Participation: W3C Workshop, October 2004, Dublin, Ireland.

The W3C Device Independence Working Group (DIWG) is pleased to announce
a public Workshop on Metadata for Content Adaptation [1]. This is part
of the DIWG's ongoing work to explore techniques and technologies to
provide a universally accessible Web, regardless of device, user agent
or other contextual contraints. Metadata comes in many forms, including
(but not limited to) RDF and "enhanced" markup, and may accompany or be
embedded in the content. With appropriate metadata one can produce a
multi-platform device-neutral content authoring solution that can adapt
to the needs of the user and the constraints of the delivery context.
This is an issue for the fixed and mobile Web, and users with specific
accessibility needs.

You are invited to participate and/or present at the two-day Workshop,
which will be held in Dublin in October 2004. Full details of the
Workshop are available on the W3C website. There is no fee for

Rotan Hanrahan, Workshop Co-chair

On behalf of DIWG.


Workshop host:

Received on Thursday, 26 August 2004 14:21:12 UTC