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About The Israeli W3C Office
- 14 באוקטובר 2010
The Israeli W3C Office is W3C's regional contact point in the Israel. Our goals are to encourage W3C standards implementation, facilitate the communication between W3C and the Israeli community, and participate Hebrew related work and localization.
The Israeli W3C office is hosted since 2008 by Israel Internet Association (ISOC-IL). it was opened in 1999 and hosted until 2007 by the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the Hebrew university of Jerusalem, headed by professor Michel Bercovier.
Our activities include:
- Spreadding W3C standards and other deliverables by organizing events and talking in events (See all upcoming and past talks by the Israeli W3C office).
- Supporting local groups and events (conferences, workshops, W3C working group meetings).
- Serving as a forum for the Israeli members of the W3C.
- Sending local input to the W3C and encouraging Israelis to participate in standards development.
- Developing relationships with the local community and organizations.