The Technical Architecture Group documents the architecture of the World Wide Web and assists the community in interpreting it. It is composed of engineers both elected by the membership of the W3C and appointed by Tim Berners-Lee, working to safeguard and extend the Web through coordination, collaboration, and review.Learn More About Us
We collaborate with engineers and Working Groups to give early feedback about proposed and ongoing work on Web-related standards.
Find out how in Working with the TAG.
Our next public event is a meetup in Wellington, New Zealand, on Wednesday, March 4, 2020, at 5:30pm.
The next TAG face-to-face meeting is 3-5 March 2020 in Wellington, New Zealand (invite only).
Agendas and minutes are in our meetings repository.
The Architecture of the World-Wide Web, Volume One discusses the core design components of the Web.
TAG Findings are shorter statements about specific architectural issues.
The TAG maintains a document with Client-side API Design Principles.