HTML5 is still in Last Call but the last call is finishing on August 3, 2011
- Rich Tibbett (Opera) proposed a Local-Networked Service [Discovery and] Messaging API
- Thoughts on restricting non-bugzilla-driven spec changes during Last Call
- Aryeh Gregor published HTML Editing APIs specification which is ready for implementers feedback
- A draft has been published for a Tracking Protection Working Group Charter and the Privacy Interest Group Charter. Comments are welcome.
- Last Call of Page Visibility API; deadline August 18
- Anne van Kesteren fixed the DOM Core Traversal specification to adjust with the new requirements.
- First Public Working Draft for the From-Origin Header specification
- Henry S. Thompson reviewed the XML parsing and external entities in HTML5
- The content of the HTML/XML Task Force report is not clear enough for some participants. A discussion has been started on what should be the output and what are the difficulties.
- Geoffrey Sneddon (Opera) asked a lot of question about Window security policy.
- Robert O’Callahan (Mozilla) gave background on SVG vs canvas performance
- What is happening when a browser sends an
Accept:HTTP header specifying a language that the server can’t provide? Mark Nottingham is proposing to send either a default format or a 406.
- 1xx HTTP responses are non-final. How do we clarify HTTP specification about it?
- The issue on tab states will be reopened because there is still no implementable proposal so far.
- A thread interesting to read on the correct and incorrect uses of canvas API
- How the browsers redirect on non-GET methods
- Motivate one-year limit for Expires
- Aryeh Gregor (Google) brought more use cases to the long never-ending discussion on mutation events.
- Clarification on the relationship between 401, Authorization and WWW-Authenticate in HTTP.
- If you wonder if the browsers have extension over the basic Event object, Anne van Kesteren (Opera) has created a good list.