IRC log of html on 2015-10-28

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Meeting: Future of HTML (TPAC)
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chaals has changed the topic to: "Future of HTML at W3C"
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CMN: This is one of many discussions about the future of HTML at W3C.
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... The Web Platform (WP) WG has been created.
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... HTML continues to exist, but the HTML spec is in scope for WP now.
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... The question is - What do we do with HTML?
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... The last couple of years were focused on shipping 5.0.
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... Then we fell out of the habit of working on HTML.
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... There is a draft 5.1 spec.
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... It's produced through a painful process. Editing the spec is hard work, and we'd like to change that.
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... Other questions - What's broken in HTML? What's missing from HTML?
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... What bugs need to be fixed?
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... The answer is that quite a bit is broken, like some of the forms stuff introduced to 5.0.
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... There are bugs with features like accesskey.
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... There may be new things we want to add, like the draft proposal for panels.
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07:19:34 [LJWatson]
... We want to hear from you what you think we should be doing?
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DS: We need documentation so people can understand how new features get added to HTML.
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... What can be accomplised, what the constraints are etc.
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CMN: You need to show that there is interest in your proposed idea.
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... The Web Incubator (WICG) has been created to do this.
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... There are constraints. You have to have stuff that's in scope, but it's a broad scope.
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AB: The charter for WP explicitly calls out that new proposals should go through some incubation, either in WICG or somewhere else.
07:24:42 [LJWatson]
... As a rep for Microsoft, one thing we want to see in HTML is a place for us to identify and discuss issues that we see affecting real websites - causing browser interoperability problems.
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... We want a venue to discuss these issues.
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KD: We're doing the same thing as Mozilla.
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... We're noticing differences in implementations, sometimes bcause properties are not well described in the spec.
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... From our stats, if we don't use vendor prefixes (for CSS transitions for example) things break.
07:27:49 [chaals]
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... We've created a compatibility project on Github.
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... So we can bring these issues to the WG.
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CMN: We need to do bug fixing, and ship that.
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DS: It's clear implementors are interested in talking about existing features especially those that cause problems.
07:29:45 [karl]
https://github.com/whatwg/compat/
07:29:46 [LJWatson]
... Other people in the room are interested in proposing new work, like panels.
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... What can we do to get new work?
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CMN: Something like Web Components make it possible to prototype and test proposed implementations.
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... If we identify common features being created in Web Components, it signals patterns that could be made native to HTML.
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MW: To answer Doug, you take a new idea hopefully with prollyfill prototypes, convince people it's valuable. Go through the intent to migrate form to document the business case for the proposal.
07:33:19 [LJWatson]
... At that point the proposal enters the queue to enter the WG.
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DS: But what is the thing that will convince people to do that?
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MW: The deciders of whether it'll go into the HTML spec is the W WG.
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s/W WG/WP WG/
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CMN: If you come up with a good idea but there is no implementor interest, you'll have a hard time making the case for it.
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07:35:02 [LJWatson]
... There are other paths. If there is a widely used code pattern that may be enough to make the case to implementors.
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... One of the constraints is that the proposal has to be relevant.
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... Adding a new feature is notably harder than fixing a bug where something is broken.
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Paul: When I was developing mobile game content in HTML5 there were problems. Even same device and same OS, but different display, there were bugs.
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... There are device comparability issues at the moment.
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... Device manufacturers should also take an interest in the HTML spec.
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... As the mobile industry is growing, analytics tell us that a lot of mobile development is platform native.
07:37:48 [LJWatson]
... Can HTML5 overcome that?
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What do u think about ppk's view?
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CMN: Will HTML5 gain market share over native languages on mobile?
07:38:43 [LJWatson]
... Who knows? The market share will shift, but it doesn't seem that HTML is going to disappear.
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... It isn't our job to owrry about what the mobile platforms do. We can look at those platforms to see what's working well, and ask why.
07:39:54 [LJWatson]
... In HTML we stay away from saying how things should look/be displayed.
07:40:15 [LJWatson]
... So the question about some device display issuesis - where are those issues happening?
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MW: Do you plan to document a workflow for this?
07:41:33 [LJWatson]
... If a developer is wrestling with an issue, how do they engage with the WG?
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CMN: We do plan to document it.
07:42:17 [LJWatson]
... There is some, but it's still in development.
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... The HTML WG historically had a heavy decision making rocess.
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... It was easier in WebApps because they were smaller documents and specs. HTML cannot be called small.
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... We're also learning as we go.
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... We would like to release a version of HTML within the current charter (10 months).
07:44:08 [LJWatson]
... Not with major changes, but with bug fixes for identified issues.
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... Having a better spec is useful.
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07:44:30 [LJWatson]
... Possible timetable would be the middle of next year.
07:45:01 [LJWatson]
... Whether it's HTML5 with fixes, or HTML6.0 with new features is a question, and along the way we'll learn more about working with HTML.
07:45:21 [LJWatson]
... Last year at TPAC we discussed modularising the HTML spec.
07:45:51 [LJWatson]
... Thinking was that it was a god idea. But it didn't get done. The publication machinery didn't work with the concept.
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... Do we want to continue to look at modularisation? Add modules only for new features? We don't know.
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PC: An important question is whether you'll include extensions in the spec, or treat them as separate things.
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CMN: That's a question for the group.
07:47:36 [LJWatson]
PC: Extensions releases the pressure of needing all the box-cars on the same train.
07:48:49 [LJWatson]
CMN: It's useful to have a concept of what HTML is currently. Instead of the living standard model.
07:49:46 [LJWatson]
... If we release a spec every 10 years that would be a failure. If we release a spec every 10 days it gets harder for developers to have a version of the spec they can work with. Somehwere in between is the sweet spot.
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AK: Why?
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CMN: Translation is time consuming and difficult.
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s/AK: Why?/AVK: Why?/
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... W3C works with the idea specs need to be stable. There are editor's drafts for the updates as they happen.
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DS: Any thoughts on the future of HTML, rather than the process?
07:53:40 [paulc]
Open HTML5 bugs (231): https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/buglist.cgi?bug_status=UNCONFIRMED&bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&component=HTML5%20spec&list_id=60457&product=HTML%20WG&query_format=advanced&resolution=---
07:53:47 [LJWatson]
TL: It would be nice to start fixing the bugs.
07:54:06 [LJWatson]
... Is there anything to stop someone from proposing a fix? If not, where do I send the proposed fix?
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CMN: We have machinery to generate the HTML spec.
07:54:39 [paulc]
HTML 5.1 setup: https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html/2015Feb/0009.html
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07:54:57 [LJWatson]
... You can make a fix using the current publication process. It's my belief the current process is too heavy to be convenient.
07:55:09 [LJWatson]
PLH: How do you propose fixing bugs?
07:55:41 [paulc]
Open HTML.Next bugs (30): https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/buglist.cgi?list_id=60458&product=HTML.next&query_format=advanced&resolution=---
07:55:46 [LJWatson]
CMN: We can change the current process, or we could look at the current process and we may find it isn't as difficult as we think.
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DS: Can you own a bug?
07:56:14 [LJWatson]
CMN: Yes, and you can submit a fix - by writing a patch or even by writing an email with the information in (for small bugs).
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TL: Then PLH ill fix it?
07:56:48 [LJWatson]
PC: we need to fix the process. There are 250+ bugs, plus others in different components and stil more in the WHATWG repo.
07:56:58 [LJWatson]
... We don't know how important those bugs are.
07:57:32 [LJWatson]
... We need to figure out which bugs are causing interoperability problems, and which are valid in other ways, rahter than start an enforced bug fixing march.
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CMN: There won't be a forced march because we don't have anyone to force!
07:58:46 [LJWatson]
MW: For the last three years there was a full time person who was the HTML editor.
07:58:55 [LJWatson]
... Right now there is a handful of volunteers.
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CMN: We need to make the diting process easy for those editors.
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s/diting/editing/
07:59:45 [paulc]
Karl, thanks.
08:00:08 [karl]
it's not complete but it could be a start.
08:00:34 [LJWatson]
TL: Do we need to be concerned about having the document diverge from the WHATWG copu?
08:01:04 [LJWatson]
TO: I've been splitting bugs in WHATWG and that propagates to W3C.
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CMN: The issue with the mechanism is that it makes editing the W3C spec difficult.
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... Also raises the question of whether we want to copy WHATWG at all?
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... One option is that we stop doing that.
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... The specs already diverge.
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... Do we take the hit that the specs drift slightly more apart?
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TL: That would break Ted's approach?
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CMN: It would.
08:03:24 [paulc]
I encourage people to read Robin's plan http://darobin.github.io/after5/html-plan.html that the HTML WG Chairs presented to the W3C AB in January.
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TO: Right now the mechanism works.
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PC: What works for HTML5 which has a large interested community, is making sure you identify the imortant questions that need to be answered - then get people's opinions.
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... The link ^^ is to Robin's HTML plan. It considers many of these questions.
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... Should we be date driven?
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... It is a tar ball of complexity!
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JJ: Responding to Travis' question.
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... What would implementor's like us to do? we have people from Google, Mozilla, Apple and Microsoft here.
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... Editor's drafts that track/update daily/weekly/monthly? A 5.1 release?
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TL: At MS we tend to go to the WHATWG spec because it's current, and that's what you want when fixing interoperability bugs.
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... Don't have an opinion on the publishing process. But it can be grief.
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TL: The WHATWG version feels like an editor's draft.
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JF: Why not bring those into the W3C version?
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TL: anything that makes the task of putting the spec through IPR more difficult is not good.
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KD: The WHATWG repo (link ^^) is a good place to track issues.
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CMN: Yandex is a browser vendor and content producer. We don't really care about spec divergence all that much.
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... We wnt the spec to reflect reality though.
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08:11:51 [LJWatson]
... For some of what we do the WHATWG spec is terrible - it's difficult for someone who uses HTML but doesn't write specs to understand.
08:12:13 [karl]
s/link ^^/https://github.com/whatwg/compat /
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... We think IPR is important.
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... We like the idea of smaller pieces.
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s/to track issues/to track issues only for broken stuff. Contributions are more than welcome. And it's small./
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zakim queue?
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CMN: How do people look up HTML info?
08:13:40 [LJWatson]
JJ: Want to hear from others in the room.
08:14:02 [LJWatson]
JG: At Mozilla we tell developers to look at the WHATWG spec, because otherwise they'll update something that's out of date.
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JV: It's welcome to hear MS looks at the WHATWG spec.
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... We also think the IPR W3C offers is valuable, but it needs to move faster.
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CMN: We hear from WHATWG that they want us to stop copying from them.
08:15:36 [LJWatson]
... Do people here feel we should copy because there is value in IPR?
08:15:57 [LJWatson]
... Are you encouraging us to copy it, or asking us to provide IPR without using the text we want protected, or something else?
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JV: There is spec work outside W3C that allows normative references.
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CMN: If you reference the IPR doesn't cover.
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MW: One way forward would be for WHATWG to operate in a way that created stable snapshots that could be put through IPR.
08:17:06 [LJWatson]
... Consensus is also something to consider.
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... Do we have to revisit this philosophical divide?
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CMN: One option would be for WHATWG to come and work inside W3C. Tht seems unlikely.
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TL: It would be good if we could reach agreement with WHATWG.
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... I would like to contribute. I don't, but want to.
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PLH: What stops you?
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TL: I don't want to give away IP protection for work not covered by W3C IPR.
08:19:03 [karl]
rrsagent, where am i?
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See http://www.w3.org/2015/10/28-html-irc#T08-19-03
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CMN: I would like to contribute, butmy experience is not easy to contribute to - evne in comparison to HTML at W3C.
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TL: You can get work done.
08:19:51 [LJWatson]
MW: Was that a reference to the previous editor of WHATWG, or the current editorial team?
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... The process of working on the spec is easier in WHATWG.
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JG: With the new process we've tried to get new contributors involved.
08:21:34 [LJWatson]
... When they've found problems the WHATWG documentation is updated.
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PC: Hate to remind people of history... the reason Robin's orting system is so broken is because of the differences between the two spec versions.
08:22:24 [LJWatson]
... You can't just pul the WHATWG spec into W3C because it would break years of HTML WG consensus.
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... It may be feasible, but if so it should be done intentionally.
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08:22:51 [LJWatson]
... The tooling also makes editing the 5.1 spec essentially impossible.
08:23:31 [LJWatson]
... Ted have you ever checked a fix submitted in WHATWG to see that it makes it through to 5.1?
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TO: Most recently I've done things on canvas, so not sure.
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PC: so that's separate from the HTML spec.
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JJ: Seems we agree on a lot of things.
08:24:56 [LJWatson]
... We want a very responsive publication process. We want patent protection. We want to solve portaility problems.
08:25:26 [LJWatson]
... I'm hearing tha... We don't have a plan to get done what we all want to get done.
08:25:42 [LJWatson]
... Suggest the chairs and team try to bring together the right set of people to build that plan. What are we waiting for?
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CMN: We wanted to listen to what people think.
08:26:12 [LJWatson]
... Yes, we need to develop a plan.
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NS: There are differences but most developers don't know and don't care.
08:27:24 [LJWatson]
... browser developers in China also don't know.
08:27:48 [LJWatson]
... It's a problem inthe process that should be resolved.
08:28:20 [LJWatson]
... What developers need is a snapshot.
08:28:41 [jeff]
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CMN: Let's adjourn this and keep talking.
08:29:56 [LJWatson]
MW: When will be in the same room. Worth continuing the conversaion now?
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JJ: What about the AC meetings in March?
08:30:21 [LJWatson]
PC: Not everyone will be there.
08:30:53 [LJWatson]
CMN: Retuning to the question of snapshots... what we should be publishing is what reliably works in HTML.
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PC: The WG that produces the spec wasn't willing to take web cace out.
08:31:45 [LJWatson]
... So taking a knife and removing things sounds easy, but getting consensus is actually hard.
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JJ: So why not move it to a module?
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PC: That makes modules a second class citizen - we'l make modules out of the bad things.
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JJ: I meant that if you're making modules anyway.
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PC: I think it's a serious mistake.
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CMN: Yes, it's difficult to get consensus. Sometimes it includes throwing things away.
08:33:12 [LJWatson]
... Right now the WG has a mechanism for sitting down and looking at interoperability.
08:33:44 [LJWatson]
... We can say a feature works on 10 mobile devices, 6 desktop browsers... that's a data driven view on HTML and provides information that's useful to devlopers.
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PC: Can someone name me five features we got wrong?
08:34:47 [LJWatson]
CMN: I'm not saying things didn't meet exit criteria. Just that the criteria are different things to different people.
08:34:59 [LJWatson]
TL: This is sort of the approach that the Web IDL spec is taking.
08:35:16 [LJWatson]
... We want to publish levels that describe behaviours and features that are widely implemented.
08:35:32 [LJWatson]
MW: To Adrian's earlier point about what MS wants to see happen in WP WG.
08:35:48 [LJWatson]
... Find out where bugs are actually happening? In the spec? In the browser?
08:36:18 [LJWatson]
... Trying to be data driven about what works/doesn't work is something I like.
08:36:29 [LJWatson]
... Having a common HTML subset.
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... The real HTML that works reliably on some TBD criteria.
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... It resets the conversation between WHATWG and W3C.
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PC: There are asperational things in WHATWG.
08:37:15 [LJWatson]
... So does W3C.
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... Perhaps we go back to that minimal set that works.
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PC: No-one has given me an example.
08:38:24 [LJWatson]
CMN: Not saying that the process is wrong. Saying that it worked. Things can be implemented interoperably.
08:38:50 [LJWatson]
... For example summary/details didn't go into 5.0 because although it was demonstrated that it could be implemented interoperably, it wasn't certain there would be enough.
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PC: Two implementations isn't enough? It should be higher?
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CMN: The criteria could be all common browsers.
08:39:47 [LJWatson]
PC: W3C and the community has a tremendous amount invested in brand HTML5.
08:40:08 [LJWatson]
... suggest you don't publish 5.1 that's smaller, but publish a profile of 5.0 that has broader and wider interoperability.
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TL: Yes, we publish it with a different name - HTML common subset or something.
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MW: We've talked today about getting real world developers into these conversations.
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CMN: We're over time. Meeting adjourned.
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