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11-07-2007, 07:31 PM
2007-11-07: Authors of the next version of HTML mix it up with Semantic Web developers, security experts, Web accessibility advocates, and the media on the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA). Over 400 experts from around the world will participate in a compelling Plenary Day Program (TPAC) where they will address issues shaping the future of the Web. The program includes a panel on the growing relationships between W3C and the at-large developer community, the challenges HTML5 and XHTML2 propose to solve, and W3C's emerging vision of what's needed for video on the Web. The day culminates with a talk by W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee: "Cracks and Mortar", a review of the Web to date and a close look at the gaps for signs of both wear and opportunity. Press are invited to the event; see the press release and contact w3t-pr@w3.org. (Photo credit: C****ie Mercier. Permalink)

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