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GlobalWeb is a collaborative project between the World Wide Web Foundation (WWF) and the Open Data Consortium (ODC).
WWF and ODC are the leading bodies that jointly manage the WorldWideWeb project.
World WideWeb is an open, free, global resource that enables people to search, collaborate, and share content across a range of platforms.
WWF’s mission is to build the open and interoperable world we need.
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The World Wide World (WWW) is an inter-governmental effort to create an open and inclusive web where anyone can create and share information, share and collaborate, make money and gain access to the knowledge and tools that make the web possible.
WWW is also a global commons, the term for the shared common resources and information that define a society and the world.
The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is a non-profit, non-commercial organization dedicated to building a world that works for everyone.
WWN is a nonprofit group working to build an open global web, one that enables everyone to use, discover and share knowledge.
WWO is a global consortium working to create a world where the web is universally accessible and interoperably useful.
WWS is a web site dedicated to the principles of open, interoperable, free and democratic access to information.
WWX is a world web community dedicated to a new world of openness and freedom for everyone, powered by the Open Web Foundation and Open Data.
What is the WorldwideWeb?
The WorldWide Web Foundation is a United Nations agency that promotes and oversees the WorldWeb.
The Web is an international network of interconnected information resources that provide access to a wide range of information, enabling people to interact and share their ideas and build communities.
The WWW Foundation supports the WWW, ODP and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) as it develops a global standard that defines an open network of interoperable resources.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the global governing body of the World Telecommunication Industry (WTO), and has developed standards to make interoperable services available across the globe.
The Internet is a worldwide network of computer and communication systems that are used by people around the world to communicate, work and play.
A global web was launched in 1995 to provide a common, free internet for the world’s users.
The open web is a shared and interoperated set of standards and protocols that define the architecture of the Internet, which enables people worldwide to access information and interact with each other and with others.
The internet was designed for people, not corporations.
Who are the Worldwidest Volunteers?
The world’s volunteer web sites, web apps and other online resources are organized by geographic regions.
This means that different people and organizations work in different geographic regions to maintain and update these resources.
For example, a web developer working in the United States would use a different site to create and host a website in their home country.
A Web designer in Europe would create and serve a website for a particular country or geographic region, while a developer in the Philippines would create a new site for their home territory.
The same applies to the volunteer web pages.
For each volunteer site, there are a number of volunteer teams.
Volunteers contribute to the WWWs WorldWide and W3S volunteer webpages to add new information and to update information on existing volunteers.
For more information, visit the WWWorld Web pages at the World wide web foundation.
How can I get involved?
Volunteers can become WWWs WWW’s WorldWide volunteers can be a member of the WWWW community by becoming a WWWW member, or becoming a volunteer at WWWW’s World Wide volunteer web site.
The most basic form of membership is by contributing to WWWW WWW volunteer web page by contributing at least $10 per month.
WWWW volunteer teams are comprised of WWWW staff and other volunteers.
WW WWWW volunteers work together to maintain the WWWeb, provide the resources, and support WWWW and its members.
The roles of the volunteers vary depending on their location, but they all share a common goal: to make the WWweb better for everyone involved.
WW W3WW is the first organization to work directly with WWWW to help create the WW Web, and is the foundation of WWW.
WW3WW was formed in 2018 to work with WW WW WWW to bring about a global network of open and open-source web sites.
WWT is the successor to WWW in the World, and has the task of developing and supporting the WW3Web project, which is aimed at building a global open and free web.
For additional information, contact WWT at WW3.
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