Today we have good news: as promised, we are opening our flagship website Web Standards . This is a resource with articles, news and event announcements Web Standards Days , created by developers for developers.
The Web Standards association has a fairly long history: it all started with the Webmascon forum in 2006. Then the community was called “WSG Russia” and was the Russian-speaking wing of the Web Standards Group , an organization that distributes web standards among developers and companies. However, later it was decided to leave the formal affiliation with WSG and form a community focused specifically on Russian-speaking developers. More about the project "Web Standards".
Articles on client web development will be published periodically, as on any other blog. The only difference is that we set ourselves the goal of producing better materials than at other sites. This is possible by combining the experience of editors and authors.
At the time of opening, we bring to your attention two articles:
Events section is a complete archive of events that are regularly held by our community for more than 3 years. In events, there is always a report program with links to presentation slides and video presentations, as well as photo reports and other additional materials.
The site has a news feed related to client technologies and related areas. Subscribe to the RSS feed , send interesting links to our editorial mail.
We invite strong authors to supplement the articles section with relevant materials. To become an author on web-standards.ru is simple - just send us a draft or a finished text of the article and we will include you in the work on the material.
Many thanks to all who helped without interfering, and to all who worked actively on the site: Slava Oliyanchuk ( miripiruni ), Mikhail Baranov ( 404 ), Oleg Roshchupkin ( jahson ), Sergey Mezentsev ( thebits ) and Olga Aleksashenko ( engel ).
We will be very glad to any of your comments, reviews and suggestions, news and publications that we are waiting for at firstname.lastname@example.org or right there, in the comments to the topic.