Type of site
|Owner||Adobe Systems, Apple Inc., Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera Software, and W3C|
|Launched||October 8, 2012|
|Creative Commons Attribution|
WebPlatform.org (or WebPlatform) was a community-edited documentation website spun off by W3C. It sought to create a vendor-neutral online reference of Web platform standards. The project was a collaboration among Adobe Systems, Apple Inc., Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera Software, and W3C, who were called "stewards" of the WebPlatform project.
As of September 2015 it was discontinued, with the notice "The WebPlatform project has been discontinued when the Stewards partnership agreement ended in September 2015. This site has been frozen, and the assets we have created will remain."
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- Visitsaktavorn, Chukkrit; Marinho, Brendo (2017-10-24). "Discontinued? - Issue #2 - webplatform/webplatform.github.io - GitHub". GitHub. Retrieved 2021-03-20 – via GitHub.