New from the W3C TAG:
Updated Ethical Web Principles.
• Improved text on accessibility for people with disabilities
• Moving beyond the browser-based web to include data
• Enhanced sustainability language
• Clearer text on 'open' and 'decentralized'
The TAG, working with the @email@example.com Privacy Interest Group, has updated the Security and Privacy Self-Review Questionnaire for specification developers! https://www.w3.org/blog/TAG/2019/09/11/security-and-privacy-for-our-times/
New on the @firstname.lastname@example.org blog:
Our Ethics Drive the Architecture of the Web
(Some context for our finding on Ethical Web principles)
Topics on today's @email@example.com call included:
• Autoplay Detection API
• Alternative Text for CSS Generated Content
• Web Publications
Our next TAG face-to-face meeting will be in Reykjavík, Iceland! Are you a local web professional? Come to our meet-up in the evening of 21 May, hosted by our friends at @firstname.lastname@example.org, & join us in a conversation about the future of the web! https://ti.to/w3c-tag/meet-the-tag-reykjavik 🇮🇸
Amongst the topics discussed on today's @email@example.com call: securing WebRTC, Accessibility Object Model, MathML, Background Fetch and Signed Exchanges...
The TAG have published some useful guidelines for development of web platform compatible components. Thanks to @firstname.lastname@example.org for your work on these! 🧩https://www.w3.org/2001/tag/doc/webcomponents-design-guidelines/
We’re on stage for a TAG update #w3cTPAC
Bonjour Paris web people! The @email@example.com will be holding a meet-up on the 29th of October. Please come along, hear what we're up to, and feed back about the future of the web. Find out more and register here: https://ti.to/w3c-tag/meet-the-tag-paris
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