Resolved: Richard Ishida will be editor of CSS Ruby spec.
Resolved: CSSWG has no problem with deprecating DOMActivate
Discussed scientific notation again, because apparently SVG already uses it. Concerns include:
Confusion about where exactly SVG allows scientific notation and in which versions this is allowed.
Allowing it in CSS would require changing the core grammar, which is supposed to remain stable.
Not allowing it in CSS in general but allowing it in SVG-based CSS would require inconsistent parsing rules.
Allowing it would create a new syntax for all CSS properties that accept numbers and lengths that will be accepted by newer implementations but rejected by older implementations. This has backwards-compat and browser-hack implications.
Whether overall usability is increased or decreased by introducing scientific notation in CSS is debatable.