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Do Not Track in the Short, Medium and Long Term

Since we last talked about Do Not Track on this blog, the Tracking Protection Working Group has continued the hard work of making decisions and driving to consensus. The Working Group is now preparing for a face-to-face meeting in October. Furthermore, W3C is holding a broader-looking workshop to take place in November.

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Filed by Nick Doty on September 21, 2012 7:30 AM in Privacy, Workshops
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Getting HTML5 to Recommendation in 2014

As part of advancing HTML 5.0 to W3C Recommendation by 2014, the HTML Working Group Chairs proposed a plan today to work in parallel on stabilizing HTML 5.0 and developing the next generation of HTML features.

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Filed by Philippe Le Hégaret on September 20, 2012 10:13 AM in HTML, Technology
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Performance Timing Information: Part 1 - Navigation Timing

Since August 2010, the Web Performance Working Group has quietly but steadily added various timing information in the Open Web Platform. We introduced the performance attribute on the Window object, and are extending it since then using several specifications. This first article looks at Navigation Timing.

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Filed by Philippe Le Hégaret on September 5, 2012 1:35 PM in Open Web, Technology, Technology 101, Web Applications
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The Flowing Standard

Looking at it in terms of rebounds, plot twists, nurtured healing and abandonment, love and betrayal, strife, toil, stunning victories, dispersions and last minute rallies the only thing that distinguishes HTML's history from a charts-topping teenage fantasy saga seems...

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Filed by Robin Berjon on September 4, 2012 3:35 PM in HTML, W3C Life
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