The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group

We have several lists:

See also: Polish translation of this page as of June 2007

Help for Web designers and HTML authors

Do you have questions on how to use HTML5? If you want to ask "how do I upgrade my HTML4 page to use Web Forms?", "what is a web application?", "why does this not work?", "how do I use HTML5?", then you want to subscribe to, and then e-mail, the help@whatwg.org mailing list.

Subscribing

To subscribe to the mailing list, use the interface on the mailing list server.

This is a reasonably low-volume list.

Posting

To post a message to all the list members, first subscribe to the list as described above, then send email to help@whatwg.org.

Archives

The mailing list archives are publicly accessible.

The specifications

The WHAT Working Group discusses issues and new proposals on an open and public mailing list, whatwg@whatwg.org. Discussion from interested parties is welcome.

Archives

The mailing list archives are publicly accessible.

Subscribing

To subscribe to the mailing list, use the interface on the mailing list server.

This is a high-volume list.

Posting

To post a message to all the list members, first subscribe to the list as described above, then send email to whatwg@whatwg.org.

Implementations

People looking to implement WHATWG specifications may be interested in discussing their experiences on the open and public mailing list implementors@whatwg.org. In general, project-specific discussion should be kept on project-specific lists, but sharing of test cases and experiences on this list is encouraged. This is also a good place to ask about implementation strategies.

Archives

The mailing list archives are publicly accessible.

Subscribing

To subscribe to the mailing list, use the interface on the mailing list server.

This is a low-volume list.

Posting

To post a message to all the list members, first subscribe to the list as described above, then send email to implementors@whatwg.org.

Commit-Watchers

The WHATWG specifications are in Subversion. You can subscribe to this mailing list to get up-to-the-minute e-mail of changes made to the specification. You can also track the changes on Twitter (only non-editorial changes are sent), or by looking at the web-apps-tracker page.

Subscribing

To subscribe to the mailing list, use the interface on the mailing list server.

This is a high-volume list.

Moderation

The above lists are not moderated. If you receive a message saying your message is in the moderation queue, it means it has been caught by our spam filter. Make sure you subscribed and posted using the right e-mail address, make sure you didn't send any attachments. If you still can't get your e-mail sent to the list, please e-mail Ian directly at ian@hixie.ch.