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Web of Things

This is a repository for the W3C Web of Things Interest Group.

This repository is mainly for archival and general logistics. For work on a specific topic, one of the other repositories dedicated to that topic may be more relevant: * WoT Marketing General introductory material, including tutorials and getting started guides. * WoT Architecture Overall architecture, responsible for WoT Architecture deliverable. * WoT Thing Description Thing Description metadata, responsible for WoT Thing Description deliverable. * WoT Security * WoT Discovery * WoT Scripting API * WoT Use Cases Use case collection (WIP, still in bring-up). * WoT Testing

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