Web Internationalization -- Panel of Speakers
Richard Ishida - World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (Moderator) and Other Speakers
This regular Panel, consisting of invited experts on Web/Internet Internationalization (I18N), addresses a wide variety of issues related to Web/Internet I18N, driven by questions from the floor.
To derive maximum benefit from this session, you are encouraged to attend the previous talk, titled Web Internationalization -- An Update from the W3C.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is in the process of drafting a new charter for its Internationalization Activity. In order to find out what the wider Web community sees as the main priorities for Web Internationalization, the W3C held an Internationalization Workshop in association with the Twentieth International Unicode Conference (IUC20). The Conclusions of the Workshop are available, as are the Minutes, the Position Statements and the archived mail messages.
You are invited to put your questions and comments to the panel.
You are also invited to subscribe and contribute to the W3C Internationalization Activity mailing list, email@example.com (see archive). To subscribe, send a mail, with 'subscribe' in the subject line, to firstname.lastname@example.org (subscribe now).
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