Category Archives: W3C

OASIS Symposium – Opening Keynote

Bob Sutor from IBM gave an opening keynote – “In the Middle of the End”. Arguing that the first important issue regarding “open” standards is one of transparency, the ability of any one to understand what is going on, how … Continue reading

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W3C European Symposium on eGovernment

In Spain for a couple of days for the European Symposium on eGovernment organised by the World Wide Web Consoritum (W3C). Hosted by the Spanish city of Gijon in the Asturias region, the seminar has been an attempt to identify … Continue reading

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W3C – what’s in a name?

Nosily browsing through some domains registered in the new .eu top level domain (TLD) launched this April, I noticed that W3C’s application to register W3C.eu had been rejected. One would have thought that if anyone had a claim to this … Continue reading

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W3C Tenth Anniversary Celebration in Europe

I will be speaking here, with a double hat: both in my capavity as Chair of the eGovernment Focus Group of the European standards agency, CEN; and as part of my new functions working for the AUstrian Government’s CIO….more in … Continue reading

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Web sites as resources

Tim Bray started off an interesting thread on the W3C TAG mailing list.I’ll return to this problematic regularly: I’m convinced that the so-called “web architecture” has a fatal flaw with its lack of precision in the concept of a “resource”. … Continue reading

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And they are responsible for web architecture?….

Well ain’t that just cute: the URI that the W3C announce for their long awaited recommendation on “Web Architecture”…throws a 404 error. Oooops!Information Architecture anyone?….. 😉

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W3C Web Ontology (WebOnt) Working Group (OWL)

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