About the Chinese Web Interest Group
Information about the Chinese Web Interest Group.
What we do (our charter)
The Chinese Web Interest Group provides a forum for W3C members to enhance the participation in Web standards work from the Chinese Web community. The group will focus primarily on identifying unique requirements from China, on helping the Chinese members to get familiar with the process of W3C standards activities, on discussion of technical ideas with the potential to be proposed to W3C, on standards testing and implementation, as well as corresponding standardization opportunities for W3C while assisting the participation and contribution from the Chinese Web community.
We post agendas and minutes for all Chinese Web IG meetings:
- 2021-07-24: Virtual Meeting on Immersive Web Standards, Virtual [Minutes]
- 2020-08-29: WebAssembly Virtual F2F, Virtual [Minutes]
- 2019-09-20: TPAC 2019 F2F, Fukuoka, Japan [Minutes in: Chinese, English]
- 2019-05-11: Next Generation Mobile Web Apps Task Force F2F, Beijing [Minutes, Summary]
- 2019-03-23: Media Task Force F2F, Beijing [Minutes, Summary]
- 2018-11-17: First F2F of the group, Hangzhou [Minutes, Summary]
Currently, we have two active task forces:
We welcome comments and discussion from the Chinese web community, on GitHub and our email list.
We also welcome new members to Chinese Web IG.
Who we are
The Chinese Web WG co-chairs are Yiling Gu (Baidu), Anqi (Angel) Li (Alibaba), Wanming Lin (Intel), and Zitao Wang (Huawei).
The W3C team contacts for the Chinese Web IG are Fuqiao Xue and Xueyuan Jia.