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W3C opens Paris office at Inria

Wednesday 21 September 2011 | 10:41 CET | News
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has opened a new office in France, hosted by national computer research institute Inria. One of the Office's primary activities will be to promote participation by French industry and research leaders in W3C standardization activities. The promotional and recruiting activities of the Office, located in Paris, will complement the technical activities carried out by current W3C staff in Sophia Antipolis, France. To mark the Inria launch, W3C is organising a session on Open Data at the Open World Forum on 22 September in Paris, in cooperation with Inria and

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Categories: Internet
Companies: W3C / World Wide Web Consortium
Countries: France
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