Making the World Wide Web world wide
Par Richard Ishida
- Conférence (50 mn) :
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- Auditorium René Descartes
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W3C's goal is a Web for All, regardless of language, script or culture. The Web community has made tremendous progress in internationalizing the Web over recent decades, but as Web penetration in language communities increases, as usage scenarios grow, and as new applications such as digital publishing emerge, there remains more to do.
For the Web to truly work for stakeholders all around the world, there must be a collaboration of language experts, Web site designers, developers, and vendors who are active in moving the Web forward. Conference attendees all have a part to play.
The talk will look at recent advances and remaining challenges for non-Latin content on the Web, provide a snapshot of what the W3C is trying to do to help, and list things you too should consider when developing content.