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April 07, 2009

W3C launches Social Web Incubator Group

The W3C has launched a Social Web Incubator Group, chaired jointly by Dan Appelquist (Vodafone), Dan Brickley (Vrije Universiteit) and Harry Halpin (W3C Fellow from the University of Edinburgh) and I'm very pleased to note that Harry Halpin's contribution to this activity is supported by Eduserv through the Assisting the W3C in opening social networking data project funding that we made available late last year.

The group's mission is to "understand the systems and technologies that permit the description and identification of people, groups, organizations, and user-generated content in extensible and privacy-respecting ways".


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