W3C — Quality Assurance

“W3C creates the technical specifications regarded by the Web Community at large as ‘Web standards,’ but to lead the Web to its full potential, it must ens

“W3C creates the technical specifications regarded by the Web Community at large as ‘Web standards,’ but to lead the Web to its full potential, it must ensure that its deliverables — W3C Recommendations — are implemented correctly. In 2001, with feedback from its membership, W3C has decided to take a new lead in improving the quality of implementation for W3C technologies. A new Quality Assurance Activity is being launched under the rules of the W3C Process and as a first step we’ve already started gathering and formalizing existing QA efforts for the various languages and protocols we develop.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
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