WWW2003 -- day one
by Edd Dumbill
I'm in Budapest, Hungary, attending the Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference. During the day I'm writing up interesting and newsworthy sessions: I'll keep updating this page.
For raw information, check out the WWW2003 Community Coverage, generated directly from IRC chat by conference delegates.
Here are the stories I've written today for XMLhack.
In his opening keynote at the Twelfth International World Wide Web conference, the Director of the World Wide Web Consortium explained how the two main thrusts of the development of the web do not compete, but can work together.
The W3C has announced the publication of its patent policy. After long debate, the royalty-free policy has been implemented as a result of widespread consensus.
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