- Creating "One" web that is free
- To expand the Web's capability and robustness
- To extend the Web's benefits to all people
So what's WWWF going to do different compared to W3C or Open Web Foundation? Lee identifies three avenues — technology innovation, Web Science, and the application of the Web for the benefit of underserved communities. W3C will continue building standards that so that the Web remains accessible to people with disabilities, and does not have an inherent bias towards any particular language, writing direction, or culture.
The foundation promises to accelerate the Web's advancement and growth around the planet and is calling for fund donors. You can read Lee's speech on WWWF site (I am still waiting to see the video).