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/
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
The TAG is meeting this week in Tokyo. Thanks to the @firstname.lastname@example.org Japan office for arranging our great meeting space at Keio University. And thanks to special guests W3C's Mike Smith and TAG alumnus @email@example.com for joining us!
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