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  • 1. An Introduction to html5j Kensaku Komatsu (kensaku.komatsu@gmail.com)
  • 2. html5j in a nutshell  Largest HTML5 community in Japan.  Subscribers : 5894  Activity has started in 2009  Three fundamental policy  Education  Communication  Have fun with  Established non-profit organization named “JOWA” in 2013  Japan Open Web Association.
  • 3. Mission “To make Japan’s web developer as a leading position in the World!!”
  • 4. Main Activities  Monthly Meetup  Annual conference  Collaboration with W3C  Activities outside of Tokyo  Club activities
  • 5. Monthly Meetup event  Held every month in Tokyo area  Space is provided free by subcontractor  Attendees : 100 – 200  Reservation becomes full in one hours.  Reporting article in major web media.  Gihyo.jp, @IT http://gihyo.jp/news/report/2013/08/0601
  • 6. Annual Conference  Held twice in the past  2011  At Google  200 participants  2012  At Keio University  1000 participants  37 sponsors  Will held end of Novemeber  At NTT  2000 participants  Over 50 sponsors http://events.html5j.org/conference/2013/11/
  • 7. Collaboration with W3C  W3C Developers Meetup  Held at 2013.6.8  300 participants (W3C members and Japanese developers)  Contribution to Test the Web Forward  Test the web meetup  Held at 2013.9.14  Next meetup : 2014 1Q http://www.w3.org/2013/06/meetup-Tokyo.html  Contribution to WebPlatform.org  Will held at 2013.11.1  Translation (English => Japanese)  [Planning] Distributing good Japanese article to International
  • 8. Activities outside of Tokyo  Japan’s activities are too centralized in Tokyo area.  To address above, Making activities outside of Tokyo.       2012.9.15 Nagoya 2013.2.9 Fukuoka 2013.2.10 Miyazaki 2013.4.20 Fukushima 2013.10.27 Tokushima [Planning] Gifu, Sendai, Sapporo, …  Main organizer : regional community  html5j : Supporter position ( providing speakers etc. )
  • 9. HTMLDAY  At 2013.6.8  Test the web forward  W3C developer meetup  Other 32 events are held  Will held next year. http://www.htmlday.jp/
  • 10. Club activities  Activities in each segment (e.g. meetup)  Enterprise  For beginner  Markup  Testing  Brand new technologies  Television  English  …… http://blog.html5j.org/2013/06/html5j.html
  • 11. HTML5 Experts.jp  Web Experts community media  Over 50 experts.  Providing high-quality articles  Event  HTML5 Experts NITE  [Planning] Experts 24 hours Hackathon http://html5experts.jp/
  • 12. http://www.html5j.org/