WaSP Asks the W3C
In this project, frequently asked questions regarding standards are submitted by WaSP members to the W3C’s Quality Assurance Group for information. The answers are published and archived both here and on the W3C Web Standards Education list, where follow-up discussion also takes place.
Here’s a list of currently available topics, in order of most recently published:
- Interview with Judy Brewer on WCAG 2.0
- How do we insert multimedia objects into Web documents in a backwards-compatible way?
- What is CC/PP?
- What benefits do we get from XHTML Modularization?
- HTML or XHTML: Which should we use and why?
- How do we serve XHTML with the right MIME type?
- How should Web authors specify character encodings in Web documents?
If you’d like to participate in follow-up discussion, you’ll need to subscribe to the W3C Web Standards Education list. To do so, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Subject: subscribe”. You can read archived posts at http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-evangelist/.
The Web Standards Project is a grassroots coalition fighting for standards which ensure simple, affordable access to web technologies for all.