Wednesday, May 19, 2010

India's W3C dreams. - W3C opens it's Office in India

The inventor of WWW(World Wide Web or W3), Tim Berners-Lee found the W3C, and now have offices in different countries and regions hosted by a neutral organisation.

World Wide Web Consortium(W3C) have opened its office in New Delhi on 6th of May 2010. Under the supervision of TDIL Programme(Technology Development for Indian Language), this effort will inject a new life in to the veins of usage of local language in Indian Cyber-space.

Cochin Edition of The Hindu, has an article on this, published on May 8th.


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