|From:||Piotr Nowara <piotrnowara@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 21 Nov 2012 09:23:27 +0100|
from my experience there are two ways to participate in W3C projects for free:
1. To become an "invited expert". A chair of a W3C invites you to participate and you are given an official W3C account. As an invited expert you can have a significant impact on the group's activities because you are allowed to co-write reports and other documents your group submits. (Some time ago I was approached by members of the Decisions and Decision-Making Incubator Group - they invited me to participate in developing a decision ontology prototype).
2. To start a community group: http://www.w3.org/community/ This is completely free. Anyone with a W3C account may create a group.
2012/11/21 Duane Nickull <duane@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Not to takes sides but joining Pat's suggestion for John joining the W3C
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