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Call for participation for the W3C workshop on delivery context

From: Hidetaka Ohto <ohto@isl.mei.co.jp>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 16:54:51 +0900
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Dear all.

My name is Taka chairing the W3C Device Independence
working group. I would like ask you to participate in the W3C
workshop on delivery context.
I am sending this e-mail to W3C WGs which are related
to the delivery context work we believe.

As the reach of the Web extends to devices beyond the traditional PC,
providing a satisfactory user experience hinges upon the ability to
and effectively leverage the various characteristics that describe the
 in which the Web content is to be delivered and rendered.
Termed Delivery Context and typically identified as a profile,
the capabilities of the access mechanism and preferences of the user
are a key enabler for achieving device independence.

Based on feedback from W3C Members, we have decided to strengthen
our Device Independence work, in particular in the area of delivery context.
The Device Independence Working Group is currently drafting a document
on Delivery Context Requirements.
To define the exact direction of this work, to allow for a wide variety
of inputs on the Device Independence Activity, and to get more people
we are organizing a two-day workshop.

This workshop will take place on 4-5 March 2002
at W3C/INRIA Sophia-Antipolis.
It is co-located with the W3C Technical Plenary.

The more information about the W3C workshop
on delivery context is available at :

Best Regards,
-- Taka
  DI WG chair, W3C fellow / Panasonic
Received on Thursday, 31 January 2002 02:52:43 UTC

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