Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Time to celebrate: 20 years of W3C

We all take it for granted to use the internet and to be sure that everything works and is inter-operable. So today is a perfect day to remind us that there is some smart and hard work behind that all - and a lot is based on global open standards, developed collaboratively and agreed in consensus.

The leading organisation for interoperability standards underlying the world wide web is W3C - the World Wide Web Consortium.

Today, W3C celebrate their 20th anniversary.  This is a great occasion to outline the high contribution of W3C to the digital revolution of the past two decades. Congratulations to W3C and all the best for continuing your great work to the benefit of the internet and the digital age.

Hurrah .......

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