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Testing the Open Web Platform

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“W3C is launching an unprecedented effort to scale up its test offering. And the good news is this effort is backed up by significant financial and human contributions from the W3C Membership.” W3C testing lead Tobie Langel gets granular about Test The Web Forward.

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