The standard evangelism group for universial access and trust of web in Korea
Molly E. Holzschlag announced WaSP International Liaison Group. As you know WaSP founded in 1998, The Web Standards Project (WaSP) fights for standards that reduce the cost and complexity of development while increasing the accessibility and long-term viability of any site published on the Web.
They work with browser companies, authoring tool makers, and our peers to deliver the true power of standards to this medium. So we must connect to them. As followings are Molly’s comment.
The Web Standards Project is formally putting together an International Liaison Group. This group will consist of individuals who live in and represent as many countries as possible to:
- Discuss with and inform the public about Web standards and accessibility issues as they relate to the practices and laws within your country and/or region
- Publish multilingual educational information
- Provide resources about Web standards through such outreach as blogs, books, articles, presentations, code, design, vision and leadership
- Internationalize relevant documents and resources for the public use
- Encourage and invigorate international discussion about the Web
- Study how the Web is and will be used in a global context
Please give me a comment.
The Web Standards Korea is the standard evangelism group for universal access and trust of web in Korea. We engage various evangelism activities including community, education, documentation, lecture and governmental relationship for standard issues.