To coincide with Web 2.0 Expo in New York, Opera is organising a free Standards.Next event on the topic of CSS3 the following Friday 20th November, at the Time–Life Building. This space has been generously donated to us by Time & Life.
The Standards.Next concept is to showcase, teach and raise awareness of future Web standards-based technologies. After two events in London featuring HTML5 and Accessibility, our third event is the first time we’ve brought the event State side. With NYC being a design-centric town, CSS3 was the perfect topic.
If you’d like to attend, please be aware that space is limited, so please register your attendance on the event’s Upcoming page so we can gauge interest. To be absolutely certain of entrance it will be best to turn up on time, as it will be first come first served.
For a free event there is a stellar line up of speakers, and you could be amongst them. At the present moment we have confirmed that Molly E. Holzschlag and Håkon Wium Lie of Opera will be presenting, along with top selling CSS author Andy Budd and Internet Explorer Product Manager Pete Le Page. There will also be lighting talks from interested participants. If any readers of this site want to talk about CSS3 or any aspect of the Open Web, then let us know in the Upcoming comments or here on CSS3, and approach us at the event.
As there will be members of the CSS3 Working Group in attendance, it will be a perfect opportunity to meet those that are shaping the CSS3 standard, and give them feedback about the current and future direction.
I look forward to meeting some of you there, and I look forward to a fantastic day of CSS3 and Open Web related fun.
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Just wanted to say I’m really looking forward to this event!
That’s a huge shame. It would be great to have you there, with you being one of the key people in the Working Group. The event all come together very recently, so we announced it as soon as we could. I guess there is no way to change the time of your flight?