Working together for standards The Web Standards Project

At the WaSP Annual Meeting at SXSW today, the Web Standards Project announced the WaSP Street Team. Based around the concept of a record company Street Team, the aim is to give you ways to get involved with web standards evangelism in your local area and in the places you work or spend time online.

To find out more check out the Street Team website and sign up to the announcements list to keep up to date.

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#1 On March 12th, 2007 5:34 pm WaSP Member hmkoltz replied:

Great job, team!

Let’s not forget where you go to school, or where you want to go. We can help make change happen in institutions, also.

#2 On March 13th, 2007 3:28 am Enrique replied:

Me uno a la lucha, aunque ya lleve luchando bastante tiempo a mi alrededor :P

#3 On March 13th, 2007 3:56 am Diseñador web XHTML CSS - ervdesign » El WaSP nos necesita - Estándares web replied:

[...] Parece ser que el Web Standards Project nos necesita. Al menos es lo que se desprende de su último artículo, publicado con un título a lo Tío Sam, que no podía ser otro que WaSP needs you. Supongo que si a mi que hablo un inglés muy de aldea, no me cuesta entenderlo, no necesitaré traducirlo. [...]

#4 On March 13th, 2007 9:42 am new way to get involved / / web log replied:

[...] The Web Standards Project announced the formation of the WaSP Street Team during the WaSP Annual Meeting held at SxSW—to take the advocacy out to the streets—or possibly everywhere you might be involved with. [...]

#5 On March 14th, 2007 5:49 am jinesh replied:

i second hmkoltz..graphic design institutes should be the first place for street teams to visit…followed by any/all developers around them to show how using masses of nested tables really do increase dev time :)

#6 On March 14th, 2007 9:14 am » WaSP precisa de voc� project.47 - Portfolio e blog sobre Web Standards » Arquivo do Blog replied:

[...] O Web Standards Project, famoso projeto que tem como intuito a evangeliza��o dos padr�es para desenvolvimento de sites, ou seja, o desenvolvimento de maneira correta dos mesmos, anunciou o lan�amento do WaSP Street Team, visando atingir locais do nosso cotidiano, contando com a ajuda de todos para isso. [...]

#7 On March 14th, 2007 2:23 pm guillermo cruz replied:

I love the idea!.

#8 On March 14th, 2007 7:00 pm Niko Neugebauer replied:

Very interesting idea, i am instantly interested. =O)
I think that such measures are really necessary for web standards to be adopted.

#9 On March 14th, 2007 7:37 pm Jim Jeffers replied:

I’m very interested in organizing a street team here in the Phoenix area. If you guys have any further clarity for what type of functions the street team will be that would be great. I’d like to start out by facilitating the teaching of web standards to interested folks out here to at least collect a solid group of motivated people who will be knowledgeable enough to discuss web standards and contribute to your main group!

#10 On March 15th, 2007 1:32 pm Meme Time Again « MISTERYOSA replied:

[...] Meet up with geeky Aja, fellow dog-lover Lexie, future chef Anne, writer Kat, and photographer Aravis to speak web standards and accessibility. Maybe we can even follow WaSP’s lead and build a Street Team here to take our advocacy into the next level. ^_^ [...]

#11 On March 19th, 2007 5:15 am Alexander Graf replied:

Just like Jim, I too am very interested in organizing a street team here in Innsbruck, Austria. If you have any information beyond the newsletter, feel free to contact me via e-mail.

#12 On March 19th, 2007 1:40 pm Nelson Martinez replied:

Desde Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana me sumo a la lucha por estandarizar el Web!

#13 On March 22nd, 2007 8:45 am Benjamin replied:

I just signed up for the Newsletter – the Idea is very interesting!

#14 On May 5th, 2007 12:33 am صور replied:

i subscribed ,thank you to keep us updated

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